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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
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We had a little bit of a sleep in and we headed to old Montreal. In all of the times I have been to Montreal, I have never been to the old town or to the port, which are said to be the most beautiful parts of the city. When we got near, a beautiful little church came into view which marked the start of the old town. Around the corner, the architecture changed and every single building that I saw was more amazing than the last. It is a beautiful part of the city.
... the Pantheon in Rome with its immense colonnaded edifice and domed ceiling. Since it was the weekend we were unable to take a peek inside but apparently the interior has 32 marble columns and coffered 20m ceiling in Italian renaissance style. The grandeur of this building means it could very easily be mistaken for a city hall or another notable government building rather than a bank. It is very impressive. On the southern edge of the square there were a few tacky tourist ...
... a "get stupid" kind of way, but with the recognition that there are so many things I like and want to do - #YOLO!
Hence, in a couple of hours, I'll be off to YUL to begin a journey unlike any others I've been on.
I wanted to switch up the usual all-inclusive routine and see what else the world has to offer. Hence, I'm heading to Europe for the first time in 13 years, with very little ...
... forward to going back to work in Ottawa, but since being picked up (5 hours after I got in, 2 of them with no contact) things them have been pretty much the worst it could've, typing this blog of Montreal has made me feel SO much better though and I'm just happy because I can't believe how much can happen in 5 days and I still have months and months. All the trees and mountains I will see and people I will meet in that time!!
... student factions have threatened - even promised - to disrupt the mega-tourist mega-event. The government's response to these threats is straight-up grumpy, and you can bet there's going to be a lot of police everywhere that weekend, which is never good for anyone. Every sane citizen here hopes nothing will happen, but not everyone here is acting sanely. So people are holding their breaths. I'm sort ...