Auberge Michel Doyon
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... metric system and kilometers instead of miles. And the signs were all in French. Now, I can read some French, however it takes me a little time to recognize what I am looking at and then making sense of it. So, I was slow on the trigger a lot of the time. Many of the words were words I have not used in decades. But it was fun trying. And as we drove through populated, commercial areas, I read all the signs I could see, or I tried, ...
... a couple of nights before. The meals are $4.99 which is ‘Awesome’ and if you didn't succumb to its warm atmosphere, beer, or pleasant vibe, you could have a cheap eat. This night we succumbed to both and it was only a burger and couple of drinks later that we moved on despite finding out within minutes that they would not be open for the match.
A little more wobbly we continued a search of a host. We found pub Parvis, not too far away, and round the corner from ...
Following another huge day yesterday and fun night last night we rose this morning at 9am following a good nights sleep. This morning was our last in Montreal so the first thing we did after breakfast was to pack our bags up and clear up Rish's loungeroom. We were very grateful to Rish for having us and showing us a true Montreal experience. Our experience wasn't completely over as our train to Quebec city didnt depart until 1pm this afternoon so we placed our gear into ...
... murals on the sides of buildings as well and I’m glad I got a chance to see them.
Most of the restaurants have very fancy menus and didn’t appeal to us much but we did find one that had appealing food. I don’t know what it was called as the sign outside just said Restaurant
and we didn’t look at the receipt. I found out later it’s called Le Casse-Cou.
We walked around a bit more and looked in one or two shops but I needed to ...
... ready for a full day of exploring the next day.
Miles walked: 0.7
Day 166 June 18th - The day started with Poutine for breakfast. If you haven't heard of it before, basically, chips with gravy with some rubber cheese. That's how I would describe it! It was tasty and reminded me of going to a local ...