Angelica Blue Bed & Breakfast
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Angelica Blue Bed & Breakfast Montreal
Travel Blogs from Montreal
... followed Noel to the Thrifty Hire Car to return the car. It was really lovely to see Jacynthe and Gilles again. We haven't seen them since 2007 although we stay in touch by mail and email.
Jacynthe prepared a beautiful lunch of slow cooked pork ribs, vegetables and salad. She also cooked a lovely peach tartin. David even had seconds of the pork and and asked Jacynthe how she ...
... they had similar difficulties. Pretty silly really. Samuel loved the bubble activity; you literally pulled a bubble up over yourself! Magic mirrors are always a hit, not to mention making your own movie. I had to keep reminding myself whenever I wanted a turn that I was there for the kids. After spending a lot of time in the second room we returned to the first. I was pretty over that room and keen to leave but Samuel loved ...
... een job maar al snel wordt het duidelijk dat je hiervoor al in september of begin oktober in de Rockies moet zijn. In Montreal blijven wonen gaat ook even door mijn hoofd maar ik ben geen stadsmens, als ik zelfs in de zomer in Perth (nummer 9 op de lijst van best bewoonbare steden ter wereld) moeilijkheden had om aan te passen dan zal Montreal in de winter zeker geen lachertje zijn. Bijgvolg kies ik voor wat ik waarschijnlijk het liefst ...
... square and yet they stood inconspicuously on the fringes of the square, probably often going unnoticed. I think that such integration of new and old is impressive. After soaking up Place D'Armes for a good 45 minutes we decided to move on and explore more of the old town with the help of our Lonely Planet suggested walking tour. Before we left the square we took a moment to admire the building to the right of the Basilica (if you are facing the entrance), the Vieux Seminaire de ...
Yeah, I try pretty hard, but I`m pretty sure I sound like a toddler.
Je suis (I am) the following:
1. Heureux (happy) because my life is lent (slow). Perhaps this is a result of the vin (wine).
2. Embaras (embarass) for 2 reasons; the french lessons from school (ecole) never really stuck, and I can`t event find the right translation for ``embarassed`` in a French-English ``dictionanaire``
as you can read.