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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I have always been fascinated by rail as a means of travel; it's a major and recurrent theme in my ongoing obsession with history. The grand, gloomy roofs of the old stations and the plodding weariness of weaving carriages on metal are somehow so evocative of our collective human journey. Certainly, travel by sea or by air is more incredible, I would say, more expeditious; and rail in comparison is so earthly and arduous. In the elements of water ...
... 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 ...
... to an alarm set off by an enthusiastic photographer reaching over a secured area to photograph the organ of which I have no photo.He was a very friendly person who was delighted to share with us his passion for Montreal, his people and the history of the Church and benefactors who included the Molson family. Thursday morning and we are off to Quebec with the weather yesterday being ...
... lie down. During this time Tom gave the children presents from Brazil.So cute! Sammy got some World Cup stickers, which he began sticking everywhere, and a brazil soccer team jersey and shorts. Adalia received some sandals with a buckle- which I had been looking everywhere for, but her foot is just so little. So these are great. Instead of lunch we had an early dinner at a steak house, followed by an early night for all. Travelling is ...
... journey took us past historic sights related to the Revolutionary war, Thomas Edison's manufacturing plant in Schenectady, and Fort Ticonderoga. The most beautiful sections for me were the Hudson river valley on the west side of the train and the long and beautiful Lake Champlain, named after an early French explorer. Due to the work of a New York Senator, Am Trac moved the only full vista dome car onto this train ...