Bed & Breakfast l'Un et l'Autre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... s. Grey Cup was most enjoyable in the room( no HD) was one disappointment. Snacks included escargots, shrimp with salsa and of course the prerequisite peanuts, Doritos and chip! Calgary defeated Ticats 20-16 and Tom was overall winner of pool( of ...
... adventure on the metro to visit the 1976 Olympic park. Joe had learnt about this at uni as it is the most famous example of hosting the games bankrupting the city - who have only just broken even! We plodded back to Sherbrooke station and wondered over to Parc Fontaine, just across from where we were staying, to the infamous poutine restaurant La Barquis.We got our takeaways, a couple of beers and sat in the park next to the lake with a band (2 guitars and ...
... 8217;t Twitter for the mundane life updates? I would much rather write about the bigger travel experiences that I have since embarked on. This does not mean, however, that I didn’t enjoy my last few months in St. John’s and studying at MUN. I really enjoyed it (even when it continued to snow into April) and I am looking forward to returning for a few days. It really does feel like I will be going home twice this summer as I have grown to know ...
... a giant space full of tanks, trucks and aeroplanes that I could've checked out and other stuff I don't even know about. When darkness settled I headed back to the parliment building for a light show. I was expecting lasers and chessy music ala Hong Kong and Signapore but this was a much more sophisticated affair. The building was used as a canvas on which to project images and animations. They used them to tell the story of Canada. It was very good and lasted a solid half an ...
... one of the largest in the world. Across Rue Sherbrooke from one another, this busy street illustrates one of Montreal's civic institutions: formal, differentiated bicycle lanes. Resembling miniature highways, they protect bicyclists from automobile traffic and encourage commuters to bike. Heavily used and complementing the BIXI (bike taxi) in the heart of the city, It is so heartening to see a large city investing in the health and safety of its citizens as well as truly being ...
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