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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
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... You can use it as a laundry bag, a stuff sack, or even a towel, in a pinch. It takes up zero space in your bag, and makes travel so much more comfortable.
- Hairdryer . I have a tiny little travel hairdryer by Babyliss, which operates on 110-240V (so no need for a converter, ergo no fried appliances) and folds up to fit in the side pocket of my backpack. Many hotels don't provide hairdryers, and if you're ...
... such cold outside, we figured today would be a great day to explore the
underground city. One party member set us off towards le metro Berri/UQAM
(Universite de Quebec a Montreal for all you non-french-acronym-inclined plebs)
where there was supposedly an entrance to a vast expanse of consumer madness
and body heat. Malheureusement, upon arrival to the metro station we were
utterly baffled about where to ...
... the city with!
We rode bikes around to explore and it was great, although by the end of my time in Montreal my legs were hurting a little bit. Apparently 2 hours of bike riding each day is more than my body is used to.
We found a really cool band playing and listened to them for a while, this occurance happened more than once.
As we explored I was pranked by the TV show 'Just for Laughs’. I won’t ...
... bucks. I've always wanted to be able to say I'm a millionaire.
And I thought I felt rich in Japan... hah!
Unfortunately, the currency is very restricted, so it's nearly impossible to get ahold of from outside the country. This means I will probably be at the mercy of jacked-up airport exchange rates upon arrival.
It also means I'll have to get really really good at dividing by ...
... pretty Old Montreal and into crazy Chinatown where we settled on a restaurant full of local Asian people and got some great tasting food. Fed and watered and under Cyndie's recommendation we then did the short walk north to the Place des Arts district. Here we found a huge throng of people and great activity. Again unknown to me, I had arrived in Montreal at the beginning of their International Jazz Festival. Talk about timing hey! First a major event in Quebec City ...