Appartement Qualitas Auberge
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
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... heritage buildings from the flats to the store-fronts to the churches. A buzz of restoration machinery is a constant all around us. We must have dozens of pics of the doors and windows, charming street scenes and park scenarios but will include only a few here. Despite the density, it seems very clean, liveable and family-friendly.
... settlement" or "village" from the Iroqouis Indians. When Cartier asked them where he was, they said that they were in the village, the kanata, so the word Canada stuck and now describes the entire country. Montreal was originally called Ville-Marie, or "City of Mary" but in a map Cartier named the steep hill overlooking the river the Monte Real, or the Royal Mountain. Overtime the name stuck and meant the entire city, so to differentiate they called ...
... Chinatown I have ever seen before we head up to his place for a quick pittstop before dinner.
Jez's place is nice and he has a balcony where we sat outside and enjoyed the last of the summer afternoons. We grab dinner at a new local Burmese restaurant in the Plateau areal of Montreal. Its a cool place with funky stores and cafes. Lots of skateboarders about and street art (not graffiti) decorate the alley ways. We meet Jerry's girlfriend Lesley over dinner. ...
... aux serveurs et quand on leur en donne, ils sont vraiment très surpris et reconnaissants. • Les Irlandais ne boivent jamais de Balck Velvet, même qu'ils disent que c'est à nos risques d'en boire! Aucun Irish Car Bomb non plus. • Les Irlandais adorent les décorations de Noël... à l'année! • Les maisons en Irlande sont très belles et bien entretenues. • Il y a vraiment beaucoup de pubs. Vraiment!! Mais des ...
... bed the next morning. Don't think we could live here, apart from the cold, the French thing is driving us insane! One has to wonder if these people are delusional. Hello, they are living in Canada in North America which last time we looked was an English speaking country.
Pics of our view from our place at Levis. Quebec by night. Crossing the Quebec bridge yesterday, with a view of the Pierre Laporte bridge.