Auberge Le Pomerol
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
TripAdvisor Reviews Auberge Le Pomerol Montreal
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... pain in my right eye, was able to focus on and enjoy the racing and was not a pain to my truly empathetic wife who has suffered along with me the last few days.
I think from now on, when I wake up not in pain, I will try to relish the day more. And on days when I do have pain, I will try not to be one.
Thanks to Judy and Colm and Mary and Dave for hosting Andy as bad company in Mass. Sorry I was such a grouch. I was ...
... how to make a special occasion more memorable! It wasn't long before Justin, Jordan, Lisa and Brian arrived and luckily are staying right down the hall (2010). We chatted about a game plan, checked out the pool and gym, and had a quick nap before heading out to St Hubert for a delicious family pre-game supper. We headed to the game a little early to visit the Montreal Hockey museum at Centre Bell and pick up a hand and fist ...
... but a big church nonetheless. After the Basilica we decided we needed a rest, Mark wanted a cold beer, a thought that was seconded heartily by us all with the exception of the beer part for me). We found a little family-run cafe in the old quarter by the port. It was great - just what the doctor ordered. I had a glass of Sangria and a Greek salad, which was exactly the right amount to fill the little hole in my belly. We also tried the Canadian ...
... a great meal. The first day of summer in Montreal dawned as it should have, with lovely blue sky and very warm temperatures. I went for a run down to the old port area, while Pam posted some comments on Trip Advisor, and we then headed by taxi to the bike office which was located across town near a big park. It was a special cycling day here as they had a city wide cycling event known as Tour of Montreal, which is an event for ...
... Haiti; it is time to leave for another endeavour. You guys surely burn to know where we're going...
It will be in a totally different culture again, and we're pretty happy about it. A new continent, a French-speaking place mixed with another new language, in a setting where our quality of life will definitively improve. Not bad, hey?
We've moving to Morocco, my friends! Yes sir! To Rabat, the capital city of Morocco, where Richard spent ...