Hotel L'Escogriffe B&B
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... 25 cents for 5 minutes of hot water (dubious that it was really 5 minutes). Sheree had to wash soap from under her armpits off in the sink as the water shuts off suddenly and completely with no warning. We decided to leave the bed together as we were going to be busy in town most of the day. This meant climbing back and forth over it to get clothes in the back. We are counting this as aerobic exercise. We headed toward the church with plenty of time and along ...
Quick walk over to Cafe Imagination for breakfast. Quite delicious. Then back to McGill to get setup for the day.
Got pointed towards Old Port as a place to go on this fine day for walking around. Passed through China town and then reached Old Port.
This section of the city is stone buildings, cobblestone streets and pedestrian friendly. Postcard Montreal.
Yet, to use the term from the Gros Morne geologists, it feels geologically dead. In Gros ...
... to the sport store and I found a sick new pair of snowboard boots for Mt Tremblant in a few days. Thanks for the Christmas pressie Jenny.I hung out with jenny during the day as she was heading back to Ottawa and after a bit of shopping she left and dropped me off at the hostel where the rest of the guys were waiting after they went and looked around town.
... He really riled us up as we were planning to just speak to the guy, expecting him to explain what had happened and leave it at that. We did not expect him to give us attitude and talk to us like we were idiots and to have such a flippant attitude!
The guy was clearly not very clever and had no customer services skills. To me it was clear by his language and attitude that he knew he had messed up and mistakenly thrown out our food but he thought ...
... with all it's government and parliament buildings looked clean crisp and fresh. It was packed with tourists and Canadians on their long holiday weekend.
Whilst taking in the view at 'Rockcliffe park', an elderly couple got chatting with us. They had lived all over and knew the area well. After a chat they said they would lead us out of the city and show us the exit for the 417 out of town as it was a bit complicated. You meet some very nice people on the road.
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