Auberge Le Pomerol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... be found anywhere on the planet.
This historic chapel is one of the oldest churches in Montreal. It was built in 1771 over the ruins of an earlier structure and has some unique art within.
Mary, Queen of the World Cathedral
... part due to the fact that it didn't rain and there were no safety cars, an astounding feat given what had happened over the previous couple of days on circuit.
Perhaps the most entertaining part of the race came with the introduction of some Canadian wildlife on track. A small groundhog wandered across the track, before getting the scare of it's life seeing formula one cars hurtling towards it! A groundhog has never ran so ...
... parked in front of my air conditioner with a bowl of ice cream, I'm basically counting down the days until I can escape the heat once again.
My destination this time is the Baltic region of North-Eastern Europe: Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Finland. Why there, you ask? I'll give you my standard response: Why not?
Oh, you need a better reason? Okay, how about castles and lakes, medieval old towns, national parks, old Soviet ...
... 8217;t Twitter for the mundane life updates? I would much rather write about the bigger travel experiences that I have since embarked on. This does not mean, however, that I didn’t enjoy my last few months in St. John’s and studying at MUN. I really enjoyed it (even when it continued to snow into April) and I am looking forward to returning for a few days. It really does feel like I will be going home twice this summer as I have grown to know ...
... home (and to Tomy for introducing us to them :) Gav and I spent the last 4 days wandering the streets of the "plateau", getting lost (and frustrated!) in Mont Royal Park, and enjoying yummy food (poutine, charcuterie, café, bagel) with new friends. We went to Pointe-a-Calière museum where we learned about the history of Montréal, Place Jacques Cartier where we were disappointed by how touistique it ...