Auberge Le Pomerol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
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... br> This trip spanned over 2,000 kilometres, a dozen cities and towns, hundreds of ruins, thousands of corn tortillas, great people and countless amazing times. I'm so glad I got to see even this small taste of Mexico, and I will most definitely be back!
Thanks to all for following along, reading, commenting and sharing. I really enjoy sharing my travels with you. It's the next best thing to being able to pack you all in my luggage. Stay tuned for the next adventures!
... the Montreal Canadian's stadium and into the metro station we found an extortionately priced sandwich as the only option. Tea in hand we joined the queue for the mega bus. We found some seats, again on the upper deck and settled in for the long trip back to Toronto. The sandwiches were actually very nice. I had intended to catch up with more of this blog to be ready to post immediately on our arrival back at Jamie's but I fell ...
Our trip began with uneventful but pleas and (sic. pleasant) flight from Toronto that served a drink and peanut free pretzels after we started our descent. How far we have come since peanuts were served and 'all over the plane' and Minna was advised that perhaps her peanut allergy should direct her to a different mode of transport to the Caribbean. We were moved that ...
... s but still quite large – took a whopping 3+ hours to get through it and the performers etc. in the parade had energy right to the last – they never wavered or seemed tired or shown any uneasiness as the parade just crawled along. KUDOS to them – they were awesome. :)
Ok I am trying to determine which was the best float or performers or group or whatnot that I had seen during the Pride Parade – it is hard to narrow it down to just ...
... Notre-Dame's towers ascend into the azure blue of an afternoon sky. Moving under three imposing arches, the tour line progresses until glimpses of the stunning interior gradually emerge. Designed and built by an Irish Protestant architect living in New York, James O'Donnell moved to Montreal to complete the new basilica. The holy work must have inspired O'Donnell himself, because by the time he was finished, he had coverted to Catholicism. After he died, the ...