Le Gite Plateau Mont-Royal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Gite Plateau Mont-Royal Montreal
Auberge bien sympa, pas cher, du personnel tout bonnard! La terrasse est un tres bon spot...
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TripAdvisor Reviews Le Gite Plateau Mont-Royal Montreal
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Heute hieß es für mich Abschied nehmen. Am Düsseldorfer Flughafen verbrachte ich mit meiner Familie und Freunden meine letzten Minuten in Deutschland.
Von Düsseldorf flog ich über Zürich nach Montréal. Am Flughafen angekommen erlebte ich meinen ersten Temperaturschock. Vom ungemütlichen Deutschland kam ich bei strahlenden Temperaturen in …
... I got to a point where the road was just for cars and there was a bike path, which presumably can be used by pedestrians. At this point, the signs were non-existant, so I had to assume that this path led to the same place as the road; thankfully it did. I walked at a fast pace from 10.30am until 1pm, and the sun was blaring down on me. I saw two beautiful deer who started me as I did them, a lovely bird and some interesting looking insects, including ...
Had a bit of a lazy morning in the hotel, then a fabulous bad filling brunch, followed by an attempt to go to a huge outdoor market. Unfortunately, parking the Suburban around these cities hasn't been the easiest, so we skipped the market and got on the road to Quebec ...
... to these two ladies to pay proper attention to my drinks. Young Sophia starting getting on really well with a young Quebecian separatist named Simon. This worked out wonderfully. At the last place on the pub crawl we decided we weren't in the mood for nightclubing and he was able to take us to a microbrewery. I was very happy to be able to try some local beers. We also order nachos. We all chatted for ages and I learnt about how Quebec would like to be a separate ...
... and did a loop over to Nuns' Island to see more of the city and the suburbs. We got off and had a walk through a beautiful snowy park beside the river. Scrunch scrunch through the clean snow. We didn't get too cold as we were walking briskly. The river (St Lawrence), isn't frozen, but has lots of ice on the edges, and there was a lovely mist swirling over the water.
It is an ...