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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... a small garage for petrol, comfort stop and coffee. Wes was surprised by the taste of the coffee which was made with a pod in a machine. Washroom was equipped with an Australian style toilet with the water coming in form around the rim. Most toilets we come across as almost like plane ones which seem to suck the bowl contents out with force then fill up the bowl with water. Often the flushing mechanism is motion senor detected so it may ...
... made me feel like I was a lot closer to home. The Australians were completely clueless as to what all the signs and/or people were saying, so I could nicely show off my French skills (as far as they exist). We then took the metro to club La Tulipe, a big nightclub just outside the city center. Josh turned 24 on Friday and we celebrated accordingly with lots of dancing, good music and fancy drinks; we had an amazing time enjoying the Canadian nightlife!
... want to go ice skating so we went and sat in a bar and ordered beers and soup, and chilled out till they were done skating. Afterwards we went and chilled out at their friends place where Alex and I decided to go drink at the hostel bar. We hung out with a big group of French Canadians that we met and we bonded over laughing at each other's funny accents then went to ...
... it was a very false apology and also he was giving us smart-ass answers! We gave up talking to him as it was clear he was an idiot and thought he could ‘out-smart’ us with stupid arguments! Needless to say he failed!
To round the story up a bit quicker we checked out the following morning, spoke to the same lady we spoke to before who was sympathetic. A manager of the hostel came to speak to us and he apologised, sincerely, and it was ...
... boat across the crystal clear Blue waters hopping from island to island. No queues at the border so straight to the guard. He was frosty to begin with but didn't take long to start talking about his BMW 650 and his son that lives in Beaver Creek, Yukon. I was up there a couple of years ago.
Around the corner was the 'Thousand Island' viewing tower. The stairs spiralled up the outside but it was gated off. $10 to go up the lift, feck that ! I bet the view is ...