Bed-In for Peace: My Kind of Protest

Posted on October 8th, 2009 by .

In May 26, 1969, after being turned away from the USA and Toronto, John Lennon chose to come to Montreal for his famous “Bed-In for Peace.”

It was in his room at The Queen Elizabeth Hotel that he recorded the anthemic peace song, “Give Peace a Chance.”

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Check out the Wikipedia article “Bed-In” for more information on this comfy form of protesting.

And call me if you decide to do a protest.

I’m good in bed.

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Insider Tip: If you end up staying at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel, ask for a room with the view of Montreal’s most iconic landmark, Mount Royal. The autumnal colours are majestic.

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