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Speaking English is not a problem here. After I say bonjour I then follow up with "English?" But all menu's are written in French. Through out Canada everything has been written in English & French. Amanda said it is has to be in both. Not in Montreal. No English. Breakfast is included @ this hotel and it's in a cafe. On the wall it has a menu. The only thing on that menu I can read is "club sandwich" tonight I was hungry and walked into this place that I could ...
... walk in robe, marble bathroom with 2 vanities, separate bath & shower. We had numerous envelopes with our tour tickets, spa appointments already booked, cruise credits from silversea as well as credits from the US travel agent we had booked our cruise through (all in all $1,600 in credit for use onboard to pay for spa treatments, tours & boutique purchases etc). We met our butler Chan & housemaid Wendy, both Asian. We left the unpacking of our 4 suitcases to ...
... network - now if you want to get lost that is the place to go. Our hotel connects to this by going down in the lift - we will see if we are game tomorrow morning as we don't have to be on the bus until 11.00 to go straight to the ship.
No travel pods for a week now as I won't have internet on board the 'Maasdam'.
... plenty and the drinks are cheap. I didn't see any fights while I was there - never felt unsafe at any point. It is a nicer and more fun experience in general. Bars are more than just drinking holes - each has it's own distinct personality. It's a real shame that Perth manages to get it so very wrong.
Montreal has definitely been the surprise of the trip so far. French is the first ...
... we turned around and walked the
(ever surprisingly long) distance back to the museum food. 45 minutes after the
fact, we finally sat down with a ham and cheese and a parfait and mentally
rolled in the glory of our meal... or maybe that was just me.
satiated, we entered the biodome (yay student prices) into the jungle zone.
Foggy camera lenses mean relatively poor documentation of the event, but it ...