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TripAdvisor Reviews Le St-Christophe Montreal
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... and within
minutes the kind staff were there to serve. After checking out the menu and
deciding on my meal a lovely bowl of soup was delivered to my table. As this
was 1st class it was free non alcoholic drinks.
the soup my main course of Smoked Haddoc Pasta was delivered which was simply
delicious and finally followed by a large desert of my favourite chocolate
the beginning of this adventure many people have told ...
... on Sunday and the others were too far away. While everyone was making calls and trying to figure out how we were going to get back to Boston, the girls and I decided to fuel them with some Starbucks coffee and make the best out of the situation. Eventually we found out that there was a Budget Car Rental place at the Montreal airport, which is the company we rented a car from in Boston. So we carefully headed there and we were given a new car in return. By this time it ...
Another fine, sunny day, with the temperature at -17, feels like -23, when we left home around 11am. Crackling nostrils again. Had to buy another 3 day bus/train pass for $18, and we certainly get value from these cards. There is snow in the parks, but it has been cleared off the main roads, so it is easy to get about. The locals are undeterred by the cold, but we tourists can't stay out much longer than 10 minutes. Waiting for the bus can make us chilled to the bone. ...
... Toronto Harbour. The Islands have many parks, the largest carfree residential community in the US, a lighthouse, a disc golf course (I'll explain later) and lots of walking and biking tracks. We caught a ferry for $7.50 each return and arrived about 9.30am. Unfortunately a huge school group got on our boat. Damn they were loud. Sounded like a huge bench of parrots had got on. Somehow we survived the ferry ride and got off the boat and quickly crossed the island ...
... for a rideshare to Montreal leaving at 3pm, which would most likely make me late for the skate demo, and after speaking with the driver I learned that it would be $45 one-way with my bike. It was 1:30pm. I decided against the ride, and rode back to another freeway entrance and tried my hitching luck again, this time with a sketchy handwritten sign. As there was nothing to photograph today, you'll find it's the only ...