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On the train about to set off to Québec city! Got a single seat by the window, checked my back-pack in and am connected to wifi, impressive system so far! Woke at 9 this morning, had a shower and finished packing with Mel before we went downstairs to eat our final pancakes together. Feel like I've got the hang of it now! The German woman who I shared my pasta with had left me a fruit salad with mango and some exotic fruits which was amaIng ...
... around the streets for a bit, we started to get into some of the more, how do i say...seedy area of town. Lots of strip joints with animated neon signs that needed no English translation if you know what I mean. We settled into a deli for some smoked meat sandwiches and poutine, which was pretty awesome.
Tomorrow we are going to see some of the old town before ripping off to Quebec City.
... around noon. By the time I got motivated and dressed and headed out, it was just before 2pm. Good timing as I started wandering along St Catherine Street, and the huge crowds told me I hadn't missed the parade! It was unseasonably warm weather, with Environment Canada showing a record-smashing high of 23 C in Montreal. The record high for March 18 was previously 14 C, set in 2010. The sun shined all day, which was good news for the organizers of this year's ...
... taster of 6 glasses of the different pub beers. We stayed and watched the first half of the Super Bowl, I must admit that I didn't watch much of it. We saw Madonna's performance at half time while I ate my dessert, creme brûlée and icecream.
We wandered back home, and we're going to stop in at the Irish pub on Cathcart, but it was empty too, so we gave up and went home. Not sure where all the people were watching the Super Bowl? Home for a shower and then off to ...
... been so enthusiatic in my exploring on the first day, as I left myself with nothing to do but eat for the next three. This I did with Gusto, Montreal had some great food, including Poutin (spelling questionable) which is chips, covered in cheese curds, covered in gravy. Sounds incredibly fattening, which is it, but it was also delicious in a puzzling sort of way. The hostel was close to the latin quarter, so basically ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed