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... at the same venue with the same amount of people - it's crazy. Something like 140,000 people! Anyway - was crazy. Other than that I did a little looking around. I climbed Mont Royal and had a great view over the city. I went to the Biodome - the old airdrome from the summer Olympics - which they've turn into this greenhouse type of thing were they stimulate different climates - rainforest, desert, places from Newfoundland. I was extremely surprised. It didn't take ...
... 11th floor for
an amazing view of Old Town from our room.
A quick rinse to rid ourselves of the
twilight zone and we were soon meandering through the cobbled streets soaking
up the atmosphere of what appeared to be an old European city, (well everyone
spoke French and the buildings were old, you get the idea). There was even a Notre Dame, I’ve seen a few
of these now in different countries, not quite to the ...
... fascinating I was mesmerised. Terry read the Wall Street Journal.
The train was quite hot, with many young women in sleeveless tops or singlets. I was a little warm in my Fletcher Jones sweater.
We didn't see much wildlife other than bald Eagles, a few deer and lots of ravens. As we got further north near Lake Champlain, there were ice fisherman, sitting fishing through a hole in the ice. Most had ...
... wasn't even that there was nothing to eat! We set off towards the
Biodome via metro, thinking “hey, this is the Olympic Park, a famous museum,
there's bound to be food around here, right?” (See above rant for accuracy of
statement). So with a mostly run-down, residential neighborhood surrounding us,
we went into the Biodome hoping for some museum food. This is where we made the
grave error. The museum had food, ...
Left the Quebec campsite at 10am for a 3hr drive over to Montreal, Casey had told us at the beginning of the trip we would be staying in a Hostel for the two nights we were in Montreal as the campsites were all miles away from the city so a hostel would allow us more time to look around it. Although we hadn't budgeted for this extra cost we were looking forward to all the girls being together & getting away from Vince's ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAuberge de Paris Montreal
Not as expensive as the HI hostel in town - this one's right near St-Denis and has lots of character. They put doors on the shower stalls this time 'round, which is a total plus.
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