Les Apparts du Vieux Montreal
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... want to look at the car. To be fair, you could barely see it in amongst all the dead insects that we had collected on the front of the car, and even if it was clean it wouldn't be much more noticeable than stone chips, which they consider normal wear and tear. Car dropped off, we walked to the studio we rented in Montreal. It turns out to be in the basement of a family's house. It's small, very small, but having lived in a motorhome for a few months it's nothing ...
... itself was still a drama. Jean suggested a number driveway entrances, and
obvious no parking areas, whilst Andrew continued on. Eventually they found a spot nearly a km up
In the meantime I let myself into the
‘condo’, which consisted of three rooms, a tiny bathroom and tiny kitchen. I was greeted by a huge tabby cat who led me
to the kitchen jumped up on the table and demanded my attention. I noticed through ...
... Mont Royal, and had a chance to look at the amazing views of the city below. The panorama was so beautiful that I decided to take a break and enjoy an ice cream cone while I watched the city below me. :)
To end the day, I walked back down from Mont-Royal, and headed into Vieux Montreal, the Old Town. On my way I got caught in a sudden downpour, which to me was a good sign that it was time to go and ...
Kate and I have just spent our last of six nights in Montréal. It was hard to get Kate to take to it; she was missing her beloved Charlottetown and she kept muttering about French people in Canada being unnatural. After a time however, I think she came to like it. Especially after I took her to the Jardin Botanique.
Kate has a point. Montréal is the biggest city we have been to thus far. In fact, I read that it is Canada's second largest city, so it was a bit of a leap ...
Speaking English is not a problem here. After I say bonjour I then follow up with "English?" But all menu's are written in French. Through out Canada everything has been written in English & French. Amanda said it is has to be in both. Not in Montreal. No English. Breakfast is included @ this hotel and it's in a cafe. On the wall it has a menu. The only thing on that menu I can read is "club sandwich" tonight I was hungry and walked into this place that I could ...