Auberge Alternative Du Vieux-Montreal
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... walks, a French lunch and the jazz evening, we surveyed the crowds and opted not to stay for the outdoor venue acts. The next night we were back at Club Soda for Bebel Gilberto, who did not disappoint either. Our table-mates were a couple of French Canadian women who we enjoyed swapping stories with as we awaited the performance. Bebel is a sexy Brazilian and she had it all going on for ...
... half full, so should be easy to clear up. Worst case I would have to stay another night in Montreal but have to pay the $10 airport bus each way. I was telling people how this happened one time in Japan, they put us up in hotels for the night which would never happen in North America.
At the gate for the 130 standby flight ...
... stay warm underground as there are many exits that lead to offices and businesses. Apparently it gets to around -35 in the winter and unlike Britain have found a way to cope with snow, ice and freezing temperatures.
The afternoon was spent on a bus tour with possible the most boring guide in the world. We did see the Notre Dame Basilica and St Joesph's Oratory which were impressive structures and the view from ...
... there 15 years ago with one of our first Maritimes tours.
The base of our Canada by Train visit next year will be Old Montreal. Just outside Old Montreal, the Lachine Canal is an historic 19th century shipping waterway punched through the southern half of the island in the St. Lawrence River on which Montreal sits. Last year’s Canada by Train group did some walking along the canal and the St. Lawrence to the west. Our new route, ...
... we went along the walking trails, we enjoyed the scenery and spied squirrels going about their business. Their cuteness hasn't worn off on me yet. As we were heading up the hill...all I could think of was that I didn't need the gym yet! My clothes still fit and my recovery rate was acceptable...lol! The panoramic views were worth the walk up the mountain. Apparently, in 1954, many trees were cut down to try to “discourage immorality” in the underbrush, which is why ...