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 ...
... to get a nice meal before our next leg of the journey to Montreal took off. It was nice that our plane was not as full and we were able to have an extra seat to stretch out. The airlines had us fill out our immigration declaration papers so when we arrived in Montreal 8:15 PM, their time, we were able to get through customs quickly.
> Jim Spoo, our travel agent, had booked us a very nice hotel in downtown Montreal. It was a restored building ...
... from the car and had to carry everything! We were all very impressed with the prices, and managed to get all set up for just under $500... Which, if you saw he amount of stuff we bought, was VERY reasonable! After finding everything I needed, we walked everything back to the car and headed to the hotel to get the dog as she had been in the room all day. FUNNY STORY: So mom went up to our hotel room to get the dog... Only to find that the door was WIDE open ...
... horse and cart clip clops along carrying tourists but its set up for strolling along taking in the sights. The problem is Samuel and Adalia aren't interested in the sights one bit. We stopped to peek into one church which had a beautiful painted ceiling and a huge organ. Unfortunately we couldn't stay for long because it is difficult to keep Adalia quiet. She was making appropriate "ahh wow" noises and pointing at the ceiling, but ...
I look around. Yes, indeed, I am the only one with a puzzled look and a massive question mark circulating over my head like a shiny halo.
The geek in the row in front of me is completely indulged in the task of typing notes on his fancy tablet. Right now he is drawing very neat circles for the sequence the prof is explaining. Taking his time to be accurate he is falling behind with the actual ...