Le Rayon vert
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... referred to the rocks that had finished eroding and thus nothing new would happen. Old Port feels the same way, littered with tshirts shops selling the same trinkets and souvenirs. Some galleries and restaurants fill thing out, but subtract tourism as a revenue stream and this section of the city will crumble.
One of the shop keepers described Montreal as a little New York. This seems accurate. I think prefer Columbus or Halifax.
The one reassuring thing ...
... fascinating I was mesmerised. Terry read the Wall Street Journal.
The train was quite hot, with many young women in sleeveless tops or singlets. I was a little warm in my Fletcher Jones sweater.
We didn't see much wildlife other than bald Eagles, a few deer and lots of ravens. As we got further north near Lake Champlain, there were ice fisherman, sitting fishing through a hole in the ice. Most had a ...
... page) is in french. Now we are right for doing the walking tours on our own plus I know where the Information Centre is because Micheal gave me a free map and marked where the Metro Rail Stations where we get off and the
number of the bus we take to Chalet du Mont-Royal on top of the mountain (hill) which overlooks Montreal and Saint Laurent River.
Another helpful gentleman at Reception said when we check out we can leave our car ...
... city a nice atmosphere. The people there all walk around drinking Matte and all seemed very happy. In fact, according to our host the country is feeling a nice period of prosperity, the scars from the Dictatorship a few decades ago are finally starting to heal and with rising commodity prices the economy has been running quite well there.
Our Airbnb host took us out to a cultural drumming march that takes place around midnight every Sunday ...
... good, it seemed like I made a bad drunk decision to stay in Montreal for another night.
In the common room at breakfast while discussing everyone's upcoming travel plans, Chris (who we went out with the previous night) told us he was driving around Canada and Toronto was his next destination. He kindly offered to give me a lift to Toronto which I graciously accepted. This would prove a much cheaper option than the train, and it is also nice to ...