Hotel L'Escogriffe B&B
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... the Old Port beach which can be accessed during the summer months for free. It has permanent fibreglass beach umbrellas.
We tried some maple syrup products at a small maple syrup museum. The taffy was great - served on crushed ice. You wrap it around a paddle pop stick or it can be put into vanilla ice cream. We tried it over the ice.
Back on the train to go to the Downtown part of town where there are kilometres of underground ...
... brought over 12 bottles of aperitifs, we were to help ourselves to anything we liked and he promised that the main reason to imbibe was to make more room for cheese. The board arrived with 6 pungent varieties after another party had finished with it and again he had a warning, "you must eat any cheese you put on your plate, don't waste our cheese". The aperitifs succeeded in making room in our full bellies for plenty of local cheese and we stumbled away from our table opting for ...
... was smart as it started to pour down with rain and because very cold. Once again, short and sweet. I'm actually looking forward to when we get to Niagara walls, Washington, Pensilvania and Philadelphia. I'm not saying the French country is exciting but they just don't have what I'm interested in .... but overall beautiful places and I can only imagine them even more beautiful in the summer ...
... made an interesting ascent !!!! But wow the views from the top are defiantly worth it, with a full panoramic view of Montreal city it was amazing !!! We then headed off to a famous poutine restaurant in the 'local' district of Montreal it is basically just cheesy chips and gravy but with a posher name, walking down off Mount Royal we encountered a slight ice issue as Ems hair started to freeze and I developed ice on my beard ...
... 100% monitoring. French is the main language and once in the Old Town, the plaques are all in French. I wished that I had studies more in my one year of high school French. The people are fiercely French and if a British statue is put up, a French statue or park will be across from it. When the Queen Elizabeth Fairmont hotel was put up, there was rioting and burning of "puppets" in front of it. The city responded by building ...
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