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... made me feel like I was a lot closer to home. The Australians were completely clueless as to what all the signs and/or people were saying, so I could nicely show off my French skills (as far as they exist). We then took the metro to club La Tulipe, a big nightclub just outside the city center. Josh turned 24 on Friday and we celebrated accordingly with lots of dancing, good music and fancy drinks; we had an amazing time enjoying the Canadian nightlife!
... fascinating I was mesmerised. Terry read the Wall Street Journal.
The train was quite hot, with many young women in sleeveless tops or singlets. I was a little warm in my Fletcher Jones sweater.
We didn't see much wildlife other than bald Eagles, a few deer and lots of ravens. As we got further north near Lake Champlain, there were ice fisherman, sitting fishing through a hole in the ice. Most had a ...
... where the song "Give Peace a Chance" was composed and recorded. The living room and bedroom feature memorabilia composed of press articles, framed gold records and pictures of the famous couple. This legendary Montréal hotel suite can accommodate up to two people. Room Size: 650 sq.ft. / 60 sq.m Bed Type: One King bed View: City view Tomorrow we have a walking tour of downtown ...
... oldest university in Canada. Our main reason for going to the old town area was to visit a small cafe called "Olive et Gourmando" that is known for its tasty lunches. We wanted to do a food tour today as Montreal is known for its eateries, micro breweries and bagels. Our first stop at 'Olive et Gourmando' did not disappoint. It was one of the most delicious paninis we had ever had. The filling included spicy chicken, mango, tomato and avocado. The heat from the flavouring ...
... but don't want to stay over night... no problem.
Cost to Visit is $18.00 which includes a docent to explain the Snow Village
Staying Over Night for a Girls or Guys Weekend in Montreal .. no problem
A basic room, with no theme and includes the Sauna starts at $200.00 per night per person.
There are other packages included.
http://www.snowvillagecanada.com/our-pa ckages-2/overnight-packages/ice-hotel-d ...