All Suite VIP Loft Montreal
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... The Metro stops every few blocks. Housing is not cheap though and this huge apartment might be in the million dollar vicinity but the flats seem to be shared and there are some very modest ones too.
B is for Bikes: The area is a favourite for bicycles, both commuter and pleasure. The bike lanes are wide and heavily used. The number of bikers ...
... souvenir shops in Old Town Montreal provided so many perfect odd and irreverent knick knacks, I wished I had gone there before the holidays.
We came upon Place Jacques Cartier, a city square that occupies an elongated rectangle sloping uphill from the waterfront. It is named after Jacques Cartier, an explorer who mapped the Saint Lawrence River and was the first to use the word Canada to describe the area. Canada is a translation of a word ...
... to SAQ Selections to replenish the wine stock. This is fantastic wine shop. It is about a third of the size of a Dan Murphy and has wines from all over the world but the focus is on French wine. There is so much choice that it takes us ages to make our selections.
We headed back to the house with our wine collection and before we knew it, it was time for dinner, wine and good conversation. Once again we are all pretty tired and had an early ...
... me $15 and we didn't even bring our swimmers. At the front of the line I reluctantly had my money ready, Samuel was eager and Adalia with all of the excitement was asleep. We were then informed that because I had two young children I needed another adult to come in with us. The child to adult ration needed to be 1:1. This was the last straw. She nicely told me I could ask someone else in the line to spend the day with us. But who would want to do ...
... my time through the museum's extensive collection of Napoleon artifacts and paintings. Being surrounded by these objects was revealing - he liked to have ornate objects on display to showcase his power and influence, but preferred simplicity to use himself - and astonishing. The wonderful bust of his wife Josephine emphasizes her renowned beauty, and the painting of Napoleon in his coronation robes depicts the ruler's massive ego brilliantly. After all the meglomania, I ...