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Travel Blogs from Montreal
... through green spaces carved out of the hill by prolific American 19th century thinker and landscape architect, Frederick Olmstead. Olmstead was creator, among others, of New York’s Central Park, North Carolina’s Biltmore Estates, and Spokane’s Manito Gardens. Learning is a significant perk of a walking adventures planner, and I was intrigued to learn of Olmstead’s active part in the abolition movement leading up to the American ...
... know how bad it is and to pull all resources to be able to improve. It's taken two days, but I can order a coffee with ease now, s'il vous plait. I've got to say too, that the homeless issue continues here as well and they are quite desperate because it's so cold. They will come right into you face here so simply avoiding eye contact does not work. However that being said, most are not in fact homeless but backpackers - tourists! I actually had it out on Rue Saint ...
... slow or tailgating. During our drive we are getting glimpses of Lake Ontario. Big mistake deciding to overnight in Toronto. Population $2.6 million. Description - it's not Montreal. We should have stayed at some small town on the lake - that would have been cheaper, easier and prettier. Our hotel is huge and busy and not pretty. Parking cost $48. Oh what a shock after 5 stars at Montreal. I needed 2 glasses of wine to recover from the horror. I knew it would be ...
... 89 US but remember that the taxes are high and added to the cost. The kitchen allowed us to prepare food and save over buying prepared food in restaurants.
We first visited the. Vieux ville (old town) It had a European feel, old stone buildings separated by streets paved by cobble stones and bricks. We viewed the Saint Laurence seaway, and one small old cathedral. The large catholic population is proud of the grand ...
... There is still division today, mostly among the politicians, but somewhat with the people too. Even though Canada has 2 official languages, English and French, English is seldom seen in Quebec. Especially on highway signs, which makes it a little more difficult for us to navigate around.
Tuesday we went into the city with Gray Lines again. Since it was such a nice day, we decided ...
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- Swimming pool
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- Fitness/Health center