Auberge Alternative Du Vieux-Montreal
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... ended up in France instead of Canada. Quite bizarre in many ways, and I guess because I wasn't really expecting it (although come to think of it now, I don't know quite what I was expecting) it took me a little while to get used to it. Of course, everyone also speaks English, but I felt like I needed to at least make an effort with my very basic French, which I guess was more or less successful. But I digress. Friday was my second full day in Montreal, and I ...
... thought about cycling to Parc Jean-Drapeau to see the Formula One track amongst other things but decided to cycle along the Lachine Canal instead as it was a longer route. Our first stop was the Atwater Market. They had the usual things – butchers, fresh fruit, food, etc. but there was an incredible amount of plants for sale! We’ve noticed in NYC too that once the weather warms up people tend to replant their whole garden or window boxes! Make the most of the few months of ...
... very frustrated. As time went by more and more people filled the store wondering what was going on and waiting for the shops to open. At 11:30 we gave up and caught the train home. It was at our local train station that I saw a sign on a closed store that said today was Jean-Baptist day...a public holiday! I had no backup plan. It was now teaming with rain, Adalia was asleep and Samuel wanted to watch TV. So we stayed in our hotel room for a few hours. It was clear to ...
... have three kids and were very
hospitibal, we had a lovely night with them learning more about Quebec
and tasting traditional Quebec Choumer Pudding and some great steaks.
we were off to Quebec city, we spent our time in Old Quebec City which
was the only city in Quebec the Americans couldn't capture. It is a
truly beautiful place, very European and good food! They are very
forthright though when it comes to tips ...
... calling home for the next 3 nights. It was awesome! It was a not so small wooden lodge with a little kitchen and bathroom. It was the first place I had a self contained living area just for me. The fridge was stocked with lots to eat and drink and the bathroom had lots of miniature toiletries for me to enjoy. These seem like simple luxuries but 1. I had been living with the bare minimum for the last 5 weeks and really likes having ...