Hotel Montreal Espace Confort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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This year, I am pleased to escape for a six week adventure to Ecuador and Panama.
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... habitat with giant fish, and a mountainess habitat as well. How they've managed to sections all the areas off and still have animals and allow patrons to walk through is amazing; hats off to the designer.
In the area in some of the other buildings they have attractions like a planetarium, an insectarium (I'm assuming like a zoo for insects), and then one of the stadiums is now home to the local soccer team. The ...
... with a whistle stop tour of Montreal, visiting sights as diverse as the Biodome, the place that serves ‘the best hotdogs on the planet’ and Mount Royal. For me though, the highlight of the week was visiting the newly opened planetarium and then dining at the au noir restaurant. I’m not usually one to enjoy science, opting instead for history-related pursuits, but the planetarium took me by surprise. The show provided a fantastic spectacle and I ...
... French breakfast: a light, quick, yet sumptuously filled crepe. On past excursions to Paris, crepe makers are everywhere, and have been my saviors after extended walks. Whether your fancy is sweet or savory, this affordable, filling meal has always been one of my favorites when traveling. Only thing is, I can really only find them in Paris and very occasionally in other spots - I bought one from a vendor at the famous Pike Place Market in ...
... in an air conditioned café across the street. After lunch it was still hot and muggy so it was possibly the worst day to do the bus tour but we did it anyway hoping the breeze on the top of the bus would cool us down. The tour was pretty good and I did see a few more areas we hadn’t seen before. We did learn a bit more about the city too like the fact that it has 32 kms of ‘underground city’, complexes, apartments, shopping and walkways all connected ...