Auberge (Motel) Le Pigeonnier
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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My dear friends,
The trip to Montreal was one close to my heart as I met my half sister Maude for the very first time.
Hundreds of kilometers was the journey from Prince Edward County to Montreal and it took almost 26 hours with several means of transport - but an exciting adventure.
It seems like two totally different countries. Even though you can still find both English and French on packaging - French is ...
Part One - the Reunion:
So Trisha and I finally coordinated a day to get together, when neither of us had work or anything else to get in the way of spending some time together, and we decided to make a day of playing tourists in Old Montreal. I took the train from Delson into Lucien-Lallier station, and Trisha had told me that she would meet me in the station. Easy, right? So easy, in fact, that I didn't ...
So we did consider going to the Grand Prix this year, we really did. There were half-priced tickets on Groupon and everything, but the prospect of sitting in the same place for 12 hours, just to save our chosen spot in general admission for the big race just wasn't as appealing with only two of us. Let this be sort of save-the-date for all of you, if you are interested, you now have 364 days to make up your minds for ...
... to another traveller, a man from Amsterdam who was over in New York doing something terribly clever with a well-known corporation, I forget the details, but at any rate he had decided to make the most of it and spend some time in Montréal while he was in the region. We ended up talking about the optimum balance between paranoia and naivety one should adopt when travelling; and also about the Trans-Siberian railway. In terms ...
... old buildings. It would be good to be able to retain some of the commentary .Notably this section of our trip has been becoming très français with most advertising etc in French which seems somewhat odd in Canada although the guide today was proudly Canadian at the expense of the French spoke English and French very well and was a little critical of the way French people spoke French!! Not an enthusiastic photo snapper ...