Hotel Y Montreal
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... were just having a meander round the old city and were going to be doing the Ho Ho tomorrow.
We had a couple of beers, and ordered some lunch – massive portions – forgot that when you’re in this continent it makes sense to order one between two. Anyway we swapped a bit – I had Montecristo – French toast with ham and cheese and a massive pile of fries – which weren’t actually very nice so I had no trouble ...
... they'd fix the plane, then we heard we were getting a "new" plane, then we might transfer to the 1:00PM flight. In the end, they fixed the plane but so much time had passed that they had to get a new flight crew. We finally boarded the plane at 1:30PM. We couldn't take off because not everyone was accounted for and they had originally said we would depart at 2:00PM. At 2:00, the pilot told us one of the runways in Montreal was closed, therefore, he had to take on ...
... got some Thai food before heading back to the hostel.
One thing I did learn during the tour was that Aussies are known in Montreal for being coffee snobs. Gabrielle kept saying "this is a good shop for coffee, even by Australian standards". Also Scott and I took great pleasure in announcing to people that Starbucks went bankrupt in Australia. Canadians and Americans cannot believe it. It makes me proud.
Over the course of my time in Montreal I ...
... stirring experience. Though the village's main artery measured but 200 metres end to end, the placid enchantment of this little place touched something inside me that seemed bottomless.
And while Bandipur was remarkable to me, the experience doesn’t stand alone. I’ve had heaps of other unforgettable moments in scores of locations around the globe in recent years. When they arrive I breathe deep of the grace of my surroundings, feeling ...
... called - something French. Now remember how I might have mentioned my superior Northern Hemisphere sense of direction? Well it's gone. Kaput. It only seems to work if the streets have numbers rather than names. The numbering system in Manhattan made perfect sense to me. 5th Avenue, West 31st St. Here the streets have very pretty names like Rue de La Montagne but they make no sense. I'm a female James May (Top Gear). I got lost trying to find my way out of the ...