Hotel L'Escogriffe B&B
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... this old country inn literally go up in smoke.
Scott and I now sit on the ViaRail train, heading through rural and forest scenes to Toronto. We arrive late tonight and have the following two days set aside to explore Canada’s largest city. We’re excited, among other things, about the prospects of developing a walk route amongst the islands that reside just offshore Toronto in Lake Ontario. Stay tuned for my next report of adventure planning in ...
... slow or tailgating. During our drive we are getting glimpses of Lake Ontario. Big mistake deciding to overnight in Toronto. Population $2.6 million. Description - it's not Montreal. We should have stayed at some small town on the lake - that would have been cheaper, easier and prettier. Our hotel is huge and busy and not pretty. Parking cost $48. Oh what a shock after 5 stars at Montreal. I needed 2 glasses of wine to recover from the horror. I knew it would be ...
... up in a place that called itself a pub but was actually a very atmospheric and beautiful French place. Oh why oh why didn't I change into a dress!! The menu contained snails, foir gras - French fare. The waitresses were young and beautiful wearing tiny black dresses and heels. They were also very nice and there was no sneering. One of them kept resting her butt on Glen's shoulder. Even so, he only tipped 15%. I had a 3 course meal for $29. Salad, Salmon and ...
... runs the California Coastal route). It was two of a kind, but years ago the other was scrapped. The dome runs the full length of the car and affords passengers and great and expansive view of the area traveled.
Along the route we saw bald eagles, great blue herons, beaver lodges, and osprey nests. It reminded us of home.
While in Montreal we stayed at Hotel Trylon. It had a kitchen and nice view of Mont Royal. ...
After the previous nights shena****ns I decided to get a good sleep to keep up my energy. I know knew what the Montreal nights had in store and headed out at a lazy 11.30.
Started off the day with a walk around downtown Old Montreal. It was hard to believe that I was in North America. The cobble stoned streets were lined with old buildings and churches. It seemed more like France than Canada, ...
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