Auberge Handfield Et Spa

Address: 555 Richelieu, Saint Marc sur Richelieu, Quebec, J0L 2E0, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 555 Richelieu, Saint Marc sur Richelieu, is near Spa Givenchy.
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      About My Face, About My Camera

      A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Nov 23, 2014

      ... Very rude, very insistent. There was the young French couple on Mont Royal who I accidentally sent the long way round to the Chalet. And just now on Rue Sainte-Catherine, a young man asked me for directions in French. I smiled at him and shook my head hopelessly. About my camera, I know some people can find street photography invasive, blunt, boring. You may feel uncomfortable if I try to take your picture, a ...

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      A travel blog entry by prestonstrips on Oct 01, 2014

      ... Scotia. Ken and I walked around the tiny little city enjoying some of the architecture and visited a museum, the house of the first Anglican minister. He arrived in 1774 with his wife who bore him 14 children and died in childbirth at the age of 46. I noticed that the cost of going to museums and other attractions is much cheaper than in the US we only paid two dollars to tour. In the afternoon I went on a ship excursion which consisted of an hour drive over to ...

      Montreal week :)

      A travel blog entry by cylam on Aug 09, 2014

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      ... other forts nearby. Basically, the French built it to defend against the locals, and then later the British. When the British acquired Montreal, they used it to fight against the French... After the American Revolution, the Americans had at some point took part of the Canada and this fort was used for defence at some point. Anyway, it's a lovely fort that worths a visit if you had the time. It's about an hour driving distance from the Montreal city centre.

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      A travel blog entry by gennid on May 31, 2014

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      ... We went to Place des Arts where there were numerous outdoor performances. We went into Complexe Desjardins which was one of the shopping centres linked underground. When we got back to Notre Dame there was a bride waiting to enter for her wedding. There looked to be another bride and groom who had already married. We walked down Rue Saint Paul and had tea at one of the restaurants along there. There was a huge crowd around, all enjoying the warm ...

      Will he make it?!

      A travel blog entry by glenn.porter on Aug 22, 2013

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      ***Today we find out if our hero can overcome the winds, the weather and the road to make his anticipated and magnificent return to Montreal in time for the skate demo at 6pm. He will have to brave the treacherous and wild onramps of highway 40 to even hope to achieve his goal. His fate is in god's hands now, and no person, priest or prophet can tell if he will complete the journey in time. Can he, nay, WILL he do it?! Let's listen ...