Hotel L'Escogriffe B&B
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... for my husband. Live music, parks and swimming opportunities for my daughter. And, the cherry on the sundae, people known for their love of babies to bounce my son on their knee while I eat with both hands (or sip a fresh mojito) and who won't mind if a baby fusses at night.
I love planning a trip as much as travelling, and this time was no exception. I spent hours with my Lonely Planet, among ...
... walked through the Parc Fontaine again and apart from an old drunk stumbling till he fell over and immediately started snoring, it was a haven of fitness. Lots of people cycling, a boot camp session in progress and lots of people jogging. We went down Rue Rachel to the 'hip artisan' area of Plateau du Mont-Royal for some shopping along Saint Laurent Boulevard. We had to stop off first in a coffee shop as most stores didn't open ...
... After supper, we returned and Cass and I drank wine and chatted on huge porch until 2am We relaxed and explored with Cass for the morning today and took her to the train station around 2:30 this afternoon. It took Fran and I an hour to return from downtown to his Dad's house - as is the city life that I'm not yet use to. Georges cooked us a delicious meal of BBQ ribs and chicken kabobs ...
... being the practical sort.. "Nah! We're not standing on the rain for them!"...we just went to the shops. Hannah had it sorted as she partied that night with her friends after having dinner with us. It must have been good as the Gaiters won..and we didn't see Hannah till about 10.30 Sunday morning. She had an early lunch with us at Louis's. She had poutine ( a canadian dish of chips and gravy and cheese curds). This was petty good as ...
... time so all the penguins were walking round and very animated, Zach had his face pressed against the glass and was telling me which ones were Cody Maverick vs Tank, we stayed for about 30 minutes with the penguins.
The Montreal Biodome is one of four facilities operated by the Montreal Nature Museum, which include the Montreal Insectarium, Montreal Botanical Garden, and Montreal Planetarium. We walked around the Olympic park and up a big hill to the Insectarium ...
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