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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... and restaurants! Gillian decided at that moment that she was moving in with me. There was also a huge "white party" happening (basically about 1000 people dressed up in all white having dinner, drinking, and dancing in the middle of downtown on the street) so that was really cool to see! We then went out for dinner at a little Italian place called Boccocinis. Needless to say it was delicious!! Mom and gill both had pasta and I had the pizza sampler (4 different ...
... We found our gate lounge and set up camp for the next few hours snacking on preprepared food and drinks. About an hour before the flight was scheduled to leave we spent the remainder of our Canadian money on junk food for the flight! This was like a dream come true for Sammy! He got to choose lollies, pretzels and chips! I chose an Oh Henry bar which was awesome! When it was time to board the flight we were ushered aboard first, which was ...
Friday, March 14th: I bought my airline tickets : Air Transat Montreal to Rome - leaving the 15th of May, arriving in Rome the next day. I depart from Venice on the 7th of June. Total cost $966.61 and $67.74 in cancellation insurance from CAA. I have also contacted Ekaterina (Oslo) for some recommendations of Airbnb places in Rome or Italy....we'll see if she ...
... There is still division today, mostly among the politicians, but somewhat with the people too. Even though Canada has 2 official languages, English and French, English is seldom seen in Quebec. Especially on highway signs, which makes it a little more difficult for us to navigate around.
Tuesday we went into the city with Gray Lines again. Since it was such a nice day, we decided ...
... that Montreal is actually an island within this river and was originally called Ville-Marie.
The tour guide took us through some of the neighborhoods of Montreal which was something we definitely wouldn't have done on our own. It was interesting learning about the history of these neighborhoods. We went to the base of Mont Royal, visited the Jewish Quarter and tried one of the best bagels in all of Canada.
The following day we spent hours wandering ...