Hotel Y Montreal
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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My favorite part of Montreal was finding an amazing jeweler who could repair my engagement ring while we were in town. Having pried open a prong while working and almost losing my precious stone, it had been over a month since I had been able to wear it. Every jeweler along our voyage thus far had needed weeks to complete the repair and I was starting to think I wouldn't have it back until returning to Florida. The gentlemen of Chateau d'Ivoire took great ...
... but we can't understand each other.
We had lunch at a food court, and it is such a pleasure to see so much fresh healthy sensible food after the junk in USA. Not everything comes with fries and a bottomless coke.
After several attempts, we found the Atwater Markets, a fabulous undercover farmers' market, with the most amazing butchers, fromageries, bakers, and a chocolate shop from heaven, which gave very generous samples. Of course we bought some. ...
... We are staying at the Gay Village end of Rue St Catherine (the Montreal equivalent of Oxford St, but much longer) and during the day it does have a quiet feel, then a bit further south is the rougher part of the street, with lots of beggars and winos then further on it becomes a little seedy with sex shops and strip clubs then beyond that the central square of St Catherine, which is where the Kings of Leon concert was held. Beyond this, and getting closer ...
... pas extraordinaire. Mais elles font toutes parties de l'aventure!
After all these years, fresh changes in my life are carrying me away from Canada. I hope that it won't be permanent, but for now I don't know what will happen so I decided to go on a last tour and try to see as many friends as possible.
So before leaving for that break in Vancouver I stopped by in Montréal and ...
... were to steal my purse it would suck but it wouldn't be the end of the world. Sure, bad luck can happen anywhere, but there's no sense ruining your trip because you're worried about your belongings. My main rule of thumb is simple: If I can't stand to lose it, I leave it at home.
- Buy it there. As long as I have my passport, toothbrush and access to funds, everything else is optional. If you're travelling ...