Le Rayon vert
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... us through the firework display staging area. This is an inconvenience, but we pushed to get them to accommodate us and now most of the security workers know what we need when we approach them. We enjoyed the environment museum at the Jean-Drapeau Park on the island which had some very good high level exhibits. Mick had a conversation with ...
... by the hostel. The guide took us for a walk through the city, along the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (Musee des Beaux – Arts) and up the Mont Royal. This mountain is located in the middle of the city and once we were on the top we had an incredible view while Montreal stretched out beneath us. Even though the viewing point was icy and slippery, we managed to get some wonderful (group) photos without breaking any legs or dropping any precious electronics. We ...
... the sunny weather and headed along until lunch time which was spent in the Atwater Market.
From there we walked all the way home via the centre of Montreal.
Our final activity of the day was swimming. About a 10 to 15 minute walk from our AirBnB flat is a free swimming pool. Beneath a college/university it would have been impossible to find were it not for local knowledge and the very helpful staff inside the complex. Go all the way down ...
... with them in McDonald's, said see you never and off we went! Our other group of friends we met were from Israel, one guy who's name is Or G (seriously I know) was so funny, possibly the most intelligent group of people I have ever met but also hysterical! - we went out with them a couple of times, I had face ache from laughing so much! Apart from drinking, drinking some more and some more oh and living off super noodles we ...
... us were
rearing to walk around on an empty stomach. The places was called Les 3
Brassiers – The Three Brewers – and thus promised us more legal-drinking fun.
With the menu in french, our poor non-francophone ordered that which he
understood: a hamburger with the recommended beer. Tonight was also the night
we tried Montreal's signature dish: Poutine. This health-food consists of
french fries and cheese ...