Montreal Airport Marriott In-Terminal Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMontreal Airport Marriott In-Terminal Hotel Dorval
We really cannot say much about the hotel. The room service was good and the room was comfortable.
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Today we got up at 05:30 to get down to departures and check in. There was an issue with us checking in, because the machine would not print out the luggage tags. In the future I will check us in and then we will get the desk to print the boarding passes and luggage tags. We tried using our phones, but they still print off the paper copies anyway. …
Today is the transit day from Montreal to Seattle via Vancouver. Had a good nights sleep only woke a few times but back to sleep in a lovely soft cuddly mattress with a goose down feather doona, the hotel room was lovely a corner room facing the city streets, on the 7th floor. After a lovely light breakfasts, a no hassle trip to the airport with all the bags has seen us now waiting ...
We woke to another beautiful but chilly morning on the Ottawa River. We moved from the overnight dock to the "Blue Line" at the Carillon Lock to get in line for locking through. Since it was such a beautiful weekend, boats were beginning to arrive to lock through.
The Carrilon lock was constructed to replace 7 step locks. To replace so many locks, it must have a very high lift (or drop in our case) of ...
... day I remember the angered policeman, giving me hell for my infraction and for the fact that I am riding around 'his' country without speaking and understanding the language. All this via a translator, my passenger at the time. I shall have no such help today. Getting into the core of Montreal was certainly easier than in Ottawa. I simply believe that the signage on the arteries was way better and easier to follow. Another thing that jumped out at me as I was finding my way ...
... and people visit each other bearing gifts and there is much feasting during the next 13 days which culminates in Seezdah be dar. On the 13th day of the New Year, people go out for a picnic. Favourite spots are by a stream. Young unwed men and women sometimes tie a knot in their Sabze with the hope that their wish to be with their partner may come true. They then float their Sabze so that it goes back to Nature. For a detailed description of Nowruz please go to ...