Montreal Backpackers Globetrotter Hostel
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... in 24 hours. Took the train to Berri-Uqam station and changed lines to get to the Old Town. It was very easy to navigate using the small map provided.
Explored the Old Montreal town and the Old Port. It was quite cool and the wind had some chill in it. It threatened rain at times and our rain jackets worked well to keep the wind out. There are some lovely old buildings in this area. There is a section beside the waterway where they have brought in sand ...
Easy sailing through the fat roads of Toronto and onto the motor way.. A coupe of pit stops, and leftover humus and fresh bagels courtesy of Digini Dorfman, and we entered Montreal in rush hour traffic... Made it through all the road works and arrived safe and sound at the montreal moquette's. aunt harriett received us with open arms and was a quick friend to Zozo. Dinner at the entrecôte de st. Jean. Yummy ...
... Dianne wakes at the usual 5am, but for the first time
manages to go back to sleep. Find that there has been about two inches of snow
last night. We hadn’t put the car in the
garage, so have to clean the snow off it before we can do the morning
kindy/work run, but with the right equipment, the snow comes off easily.
Spend another day vegging, watching the rest of the 10
episodes of “Girls”, before doing the evening ...
... Canada (we did have a stop next to a maccas for lunch and one @ customs where we both got a new stamp for our passports).
So we arrive in Montreal try and navigate our way to our hostel, was pretty easy, the French arn't the most helpful people in the world, but as Henry says "they're still holding a grudge since they lost waterloo" so I just let it roll of my back. Our hostel is pretty nice and we head out to find something for dinner.
Dinner was a ...
... checkout, but manage to fall asleep before making that grumpy, sleep-deprived phone call. Breakfast however is a much pleasanter experience. I join Paul at eight o'clock on the sun-drenched terrace next to a carp pond for a bumper buffet that, bizarrely for Canada, includes breakfast burritos. I'm not sure that there's that many Mexicans clamouring for a taste of home in Montreal. But considering this is basically just scrambled egg in a wrap, I'm not sure they'd ...