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- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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Kind of cool though, we thought, a nice welcome - but we were not quite expecting Justin Trudeau to give us a personal bonjour nor for Thomas Mulcair to shake our hands which they did! Very impressive. I am voting for Trudeau just to see those eyes again. Mulcair really looks like a teddy bear and everyone says he is the nicest guy. Maybe I will vote for him as ...
... in photographs. It's also an incredibly cool city. I have seen some amazing things, even though I've mainly just wandered the street between various places to eat. Sights include:
- a man trying to steal a tree. A fairly large tree, that was very attached to the ground.
- a group of about 20 people dressed as Tweedle Dee (or maybe Tweedle Dum) trying to make a human pyramid, whilst a similar sized group dressed as the Cheshire Cat laughed at them.
... tips if at a restaurant) and boasts free medical services, they appear to be doing little for the homeless. And I am genuinely curious what happens in winter when it gets to -20C. We had the option of catching the metro back to our stop. But it didn't seem too far so we walked. I really enjoy walking as you get to see a lot of an area you would otherwise miss. Samuel does not agree. He was happy with my decision however when we stumbled upon the best sorbet I have ...
Our travel went as smoothly as we could wish. Our flights were on time and our students were well-behaved ( of course!) We made our connection in Winnipeg and got straight on to our flight to Montreal.
In Montreal we were met by our Uniropa tour representative. Everyone's luggage arrived, and after a quick stop at the airport Tim Horton's to feed ravenous teens, we boarded our bus for Quebec ...
... Benjamin-Victor Rousselot supervised the interior design, based on the stunning medieval gothic structure La Sainte-Chapelle in Paris. He certainly got it right - having been to Sainte-Chapelle, I immediately recognized the striking royal blue and stars used to color the interior above the altar. It reminds me of a night sky, the stars sparkling so clearly you don't want to come inside. A beautiful church and I do agree, a must on your list of things to see in Montreal.