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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... funny human history is, that the great age of exploration should have culminated in descendants like me, vague characters who stare out windows and struggle to make the right choices. Perhaps Maisonneuve would have despised us all, what we had become, the secular introspection trapped inside of us like a frailty? For whatever reason, maybe out of sheer awe with the whole interior of the wonderful building, I decided to light a ...
... I light another candle at one of the beautiful altars for Owen. Back on the bus and to the Latin quarter , uni vibe, cheap eats and we have a really nice Mexican lunch with margaritas .. Ole ! Negotiate the subway to the botanic gardens lovely , insectarium ( wouldn't bother) , and then a very roundabout walk to the biodome ... The French Canadian attitude is a bit much and we run into the coffee nazi who tells us there is no coffee for us! Inside ...
Today was our last day in Montreal. And while I had washing and packing to do, I didn't want to keep the kids confined to the hotel room all day. So we set off for a half day adventure. I really wanted to see the inside of the Notre Dame Basilica so that's where we were going. When we arrived we saw that the admission fee was $5. I couldn't believe they were charging us! I don't recall paying to see the great churches in Rome (Maybe St Peters, ...
... is located in the heart of old Montreal. Old Montreal is filled with cobble stone roads and French inspired creperies! It's a wonderful place to just hang out and enjoy yourself! One place was and indoor /outdoor restaurant with a wonderful band and singer and superb French onion soup! Mwahh! Until next time M and ...
... in he parliment building represents the nations that helped mold the province. It is the St Georges flag, but each quadrant had a symbol one for England, Ireland, Scotland & France. No Welsh input here! I want to come up with some sly remark but can't think of one. Five minutes further on is a cross that kinda looks like an electrical pylon. It is in recognition of some dude who carried a wooden one up here. At night it glows in ...