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- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... economic capital suffered under these conflicts and tensions (workers could not communicate with their bosses etc) and they moved away - to Toronto. Consequently, Montreal lost a lot of its economical power and capital and it took the city a very long time to recover from that. One of the outcomes from this story was the separation of education and the church. The old and big buildings that we saw during the walking tour are now shared between ...
... out the car parking issue. Finally able to move our car into a section of the neighbourhood road, outside of metered areas & residential permit areas. Talk about hard to organise! We really are in an amazing area. Attached terraced 3 story houses on narrow streets. They are eclectic streets with loads of personality. Tiny little corner shops, single room restaurants, neat little coffee houses with wifi (actually, every place has free wifi in this ...
... went off at the dark n' early hour of 5am this morning. It's the shortest day of the year today, and the sun wouldn't be up for hours yet. Why oh why do I do this to myself?
See, when I booked my flight, it was scheduled to depart late morning, which meant an early but reasonable start to the day. But about a month ago, I got an email with the subject line "Ha ha, you get an hour less to sleep!" Okay, I don't think that was the actual subject ...
... direction hoping it would take us to the view, it was uphill so a good sign but we wound up at a cross. Giving up and knowing we could just catch the bus again to take us there later we headed back down to beaver lake. The park is a very active place with lots of runners some of them lapping us as figured our way down. The whole way down - including the mega long stretch of steps had us dreamming of swishing our legs in the lake water only get there and find ...
... wise we have had no problem with our minimum French of bonjour & merci!! Nearly everyone we meet in the service industries speaks English. When the phone menu for our next campground in Quebec was only in French I asked the lady of the campground we were at to translate she was more than happy to help - made up for our miserable campground man in 1000 Islands!!