Auberge (Motel) Le Pigeonnier
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... had read in the lonely planet guide that Montreal's China town has amazing dumplings. Unfortunately I left the book at the hotel so I decided to wing it. Bad move. When we got to China town, it was like a demolition site. The ground was all ripped up with exposed pipes, there were sort of ramps into the shops and there were people everywhere. I sort of remembered the address of one place I wanted, but it was nowhere to be found. The ...
... to a "sugar shack", where we had a maple syrup inspired lunch. On our last night Céline prepared a fondue - not of the cheese variety, but one where you cook your own meats in a boiling broth. We had chicke,n salmon and moose which Guy had shot the previous summer! Tastes like ...
Yet again another good day. Weather was better than expected, no rain! Had a good run this morning although it was so heavy and close... Unbelievably humid here. Cooked successfully this morning with Tiphanie for breakfast, then went with Amélie to her friend's appartment to drop off her stuff before going to a Tam-Tam music thing in the Mont Royal park which takes places most ...
... to set that straight and though I had difficulty remembering them all, it brought a greater appreciation of the individuality of the works and the unique context in which they were created. I have come to the conclusion that I like baroque art described helpfully by the museum:
"Though dramatic gestures audacious and dramatic composition, the art and architecture of the Baroque period were designed to transport and profoundly move the viewer. The term ...
... Montreal with all the the important characters of the founding of New France and Montreal. It feels like you are on a ship with Jacques Cartier, Jean Talon ( yes that is who the market is named after).
Champlain who founded Québec City, De Maissoneuve and Jeanne Mance who both founded Montreal. To our first school teacher the Tipsy sisters..
I imagined the voyageurs travelling by canoe to bring furs to Montreal to be ...