ALT Hotel Quartier DIX30
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We decided to go there (Myrtle) again for 2014 and the month of March seem to be good for us. We kept looking at the camping advertisement and we were wandering if the end date for the monthly special was the last day we could stay or the last day we could book the special.
So we asked.
The answer was: "has long has we were booking for 28 consecutive days it was ok to book later in March". So ...
Today was the last day of my trip, I can't believe how fast the past few weeks had gone by. At the moment I'm sitting on the plane back to Vancouver. I think were about 1/2 way. 2:44 to go. I only really had one thing on my todo list for today and that was to go up the summit of Mont-Royal. As I didn't do it yesterday and when we stopped there on the contiki tour I felt I didn't have enough time to look around. So I got up and showered, finished packing. Then I check ...
... and found our accommodation without taking any wrong turns the whole way! YAY! As we started to park, a man walked up the car and told us to move back 20 meters or so, as to avoid getting a ticket. That was a great blessing for us, as where we would park at this hostel was always a bit of a mystery.
We got our stuff in, got our key to our bunk bed-ed room, and headed out for the late afternoon and dinner. We went exploring, ...
... Good people. I did my BA by translating what I could (the Americans were happy). It is those experiences you will remember the most (not automatically the weather). It is time to celebrate this with Happy Hour (what else to do ?).
You must go to Charleston when you are in South Carolina. It is only 2 hours (max) away. You park at the Visitor's Center (beware you have to walk a lot after ...
... us were
rearing to walk around on an empty stomach. The places was called Les 3
Brassiers – The Three Brewers – and thus promised us more legal-drinking fun.
With the menu in french, our poor non-francophone ordered that which he
understood: a hamburger with the recommended beer. Tonight was also the night
we tried Montreal's signature dish: Poutine. This health-food consists of
french fries and cheese ...