Bed & Breakfast l'Un et l'Autre
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... or if that's what it always looks like. I feel like I wasted a lot of time just trying to work out where I needed to go and what I wanted to do. I eventually went in a gondola type thing up to the top of the Olympic stadium, which is the tallest manmade leaning tower, as certified by the Guinness World Record people, which s pretty cool actually. Again, some great 360 views from the top, so felt like the trip out there wasn't an entire waste. After ...
... think we did close to 35km! We were both starving and had a late lunch at Jardin Nelson on the main square. After a bit of a rest and a refresh at the hotel we tried “Restaurant Su” a Turkish restaurant for dinner.
Sunday morning we got the train to Marche Jean Talon in the area known as Little Italy. We had “Poutine” (fries with gravy and cheese curd) a very traditional breakfast but couldn’t stomach too much of it. The market was smaller and ...
... had an amazing view out over Montreal. Really fabulous.
From the chalet, we made our way to the 'Cross' - basically a bid metal cross on a hill. Not entirely sure of the purpose to be honest, but it was on the map! From the cross we meandered back down - Deb wanted to visit 'TamTam'. I think we rather found it by accident, rather than design, following the sounds of steel drums. Found a somewhat random pile of granite that looked like it ...
... the same time really sad. These poor men (and one woman!) were cold, wet and hungry. But I didn't feel safe giving them money, and I didn't really think that was the solution. We ate as quickly as possible, I even packed up Adalia's nuggets cos I just wanted to leave. It was raining heavily but I needed to get out of there. We ducked across the road to the supermarked for dinner stuff. But it was closed!!! These people take their public holidays seriously. Fortunately ...
... week in Toronto and some of the time in Niagara Falls. During our time in Toronto, we were able to make the most of the city by taking a hop-on, hop-off tour bus to see all the sights including the CN Tower, Hockey Hall of Fame and Casa Loma. We visited Toronto at a great time, too, as it was when the Raptors Basketball team were in the playoffs and we were able to watch some of the game in Maple Leaf Square.
After a few days in Toronto, we took the bus ...
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