Appartement Qualitas Auberge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
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... spires and old brick buildings, and a couple of blocks of small shops… bookstores, cafes, outdoor supplies.
From Hanover we took a small byway for a couple of hours through lovely Vermont countryside, more hilly and wooded than we have been seeing, with the occasional little town with its general store and garage, right out of Norman Rockwell.
An early afternoon stopover was the original Ben and Jerry’s ice cream factory, a must see ...
... and we spent an enjoyable few hours over lunch accompanied by some Aussie wine we had purchased in one of the towns. Back to Montreal for a few days where we were treated to Teresa's grand tour of the city. This included a typical lunch of Montreal smoked meat sandwich (one shared between two) and Molsons export beer. On our last day we headed out to the Laurentian Mountains a two hour drive from Montreal. The weather has ...
... Eli would like me to give him lessons when we get home :) Quick run down of the afternoon/night: Kids and Pat took a swim in the roof-top pool of the hotel (Hotel le Cantlie). Pool is on the 28th floor and has a beautiful view of the city (we are right downtown). Walked to Montreal's Notre Dame Walked to Vieux-Montreal (Old Montreal), where we spent the rest of the evening. It has a very old, European ...
... up.( I will check it @ night and see if it is all lit up as well). The brick roads & buildings look beautiful. I stopped at the Bonsecours Market. This is an up market Market. The prices are huge. I bought the biggest fridge magnet I have ever seen and it was the dearest. It's done by an artist. He has beautiful paintings of Montreal and has done a series of these paintings and put them ...
... out into the cold we took a deep breath and looked at each other, 'It's actually not that cold, is it?' The smart app on our phones had informed us that it was -25C now... Feeling quite proud about our body's tenacity to adapt to this bitter cold we dashed down the streets.
We discussed how much we still could not understand people that would actually CHOSE to live in areas of Canada where these temperatures were the norm. Coming from Burkina Faso ...