B. & B. Romain Montagne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... my best efforts, my Spanish is somewhere between "beginner" and "nonexistent". And after all the unexpected organizational headaches that sadly happened during my Baltics trip this summer, I'm feeling a bit tired and burnt out on travel planning.
So, all that to say, I've decided to do a tour. Yes, really. I usually prefer independent travel for a variety of reasons. But this time I'm being super lazy. I just want to go and enjoy without having ...
... as well. I saw lots of cards with pictures of Montreal in Autumn & winter. I am taking some of those images and will hopefully be able to take similar photo's. They are my inspiration. I am looking so forward to exploring Montreal. I feel so fake when I speak in French. The only problem is as soon as I say bonjour, people think I can speak French. I then have to say "English" I'm such a ...
... all along the water with information panels about how the waterways has been used over the years. Also provides great views across the waterway and back towards the old city. Once I reached the old city I went to the Notre-Dame basilica, I paid my $5 and went inside. It was really amazing. I waited 20mins for the next guided tour. Took that time to sit back and relax. The tour was very informative, from the begin gone of the French coming over to try and make a perfect society ...
... and the park itself is huuuge! We also took a free walking tour through the old part of Montreal. The tour took us also to the Old Port, which now is full of restaurants and museums.
A recreation area is the Island Sainte-Helene (subway station: Jean-Drapeau). There is this amazing building of the Biosphere Environmental Museum which looks like a giant silver ball. There are also lots of green spaces and places to walk. If you pass the bridge to ...
... immediately in front of us was the last person who would get a ticket. Noooooooooo! Erin asked the lady at the door, who had a list in her hand, if anybody who had their name on the door hasn't showed and if we could buy their tickets. She literally just looked at us and stared. Then a chap next to her shook his head. It was clear by their response that some people had not showed, but there was no way we were getting a ticket. Despite being pretty annoyed at ...