B&B Le Bleu Balcon
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... use a bit of humanity at the top. (look away you Big C folks).
Anyway, the Quebecoise were out in force and not a drop of English was heard or seen for the entire parade. After a stop at the two local depanneurs afterwards for groceries, it was clear that we had landed in a not only "French neighbourhood" but one that has fresh veggie markets, cool boutiques and a very young ...
For me it made no difference as I would have to take buses and subways either way to get home. Also with the big international airport Pearson I figured they would have larger planes that the smaller ones allowed at the island airport so more chance of getting on a flight as passengers backed up.
... in a taxi to the airport, then having to arrive one hour before your flight, then the check in queues. You just arrive at the station 15 minutes before departure time and show your ticket before you board. There is plenty of room for your luggage. But if you decide to travel by train to place like Quebec it is better to book your ticket earlier. The closer to the departure date the more expensive the ticket. If we had booked 5 days before our departure date we would have saved $100.
... given better weather and probably would have seen a completely different country, but when we think of Canada, its this snowy frozen Canada we imagined so great to see it like this.
Canadian delicacies tried: Beaver tail, Poutine, Ceasars, Local Beers, Snails, Bacon in Maple Syrup, Nanaimo bars
Cities Visited: Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Moncton, Charlottetown, Ottawa
... soon reassured me that this was all sorted, and that if by some chance I did get that West Jet flight out today for Winnipeg, just to call and let them know by 6pm that evening that I wouldn't need the Montreal accommodation. How I was still thinking straight by this stage I do not know, but it's like I knew I didn't have a choice. I was caught up in the storm, literally as well as figuratively, and I just had to keep riding it out. I went over to the West Jet check in ...