Angelica Blue Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Waking up to a very snowy day it was reminiscent of our bike ride in the snow in Alaska negotiating the slushy icy paths as we dragged our suitcases through the streets of Toronto to Union Station. We can highly recommend travelling by train using Via Canada. Business class seats had us sit back in luxury whilst being wined and dined by our …
... of the people speak English, their official language, however, is french and the City itself comes across as a mixture of a big North American city with french street names. It felt a bit odd in the beginning to walk around and hear french conversations everywhere, ordering coffee in french etc. During the walking tour we walked from our Hostel to the big shopping street of Montreal, along the Place des Arts (where a really weird performance was ...
... at the top. Told Lyn nothing would give him a hard time, he was that big! We ended up at the chateau at the top with a big concrete patio, overlooking the city centre (downtown). Headed back down & Lyn was nearly taken out at a crossing when a cyclist flew through before the lights changed. I yelled out, lyn stopped & the bike blasted through.... Win/win! Went out to a tapas restaurant tonight - very good!
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... like a crazy, mystery man wanting a place to stay - and again, even after I wrote Joe a profile (probably not using the exact phrasing he would have!) as someone had snuck in before us. We managed to find a book now that was still available for a room in Charles' house so snapped that up at $43 a night. The trip is 6 hours and after navigating the metro with Joe's stuttering French and the ticket ladies superb English we arrived bleary eyed on Charles' ...
... a marina (no anchoring or lock wall moorings here). My last call was to La Ronde which also is a six flags resort at the former worlds fair (1967) grounds. So the roller coasters and screaming riders are our background noise for three days. We took a quick trip to Montreal to get a little orientation before our big tour day tomorrow ...