Auberge Le Pomerol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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... and office blocks all connected by an extensive network of underground tunnels so you do not have to venture outside too often. Another thing I noticed was a lot of cars have large amounts of rust. I later worked out this is because of the salt they put on the roads when it gets icy. While in Montreal Dawid and I met a guy from Argentina who we spent the day with and explored the old town area. While in the area we went to an amazing café, which it turned out the barrister is ...
... so. An adventure? Definitely!
I've now been in Montreal for 6 nights. I took the train up from New York last Wednesday, and ended up at what at first seemed like a nice enough hostel for what I was paying. How wrong I was. It was absolute chaos, and the final straw was being woken up at 3am to be asked why it hadn't changed beds - when no one had told me I needed to. First thing the next morning I requested a refund for the remainder of my stay and moved ...
... to prove itself. Fail. I will never return there and I won't be sad about it. And let me just say with disgust that there was nothing Italian about the place. We jumped on the metro bound for Mont Royal. It was only three short stops away from Little Italy but the difference was remarkable. Much cleaner, less broken glass and more shops that actually look like shops and not an out of business gas station. We walked up the Main Street for a while, but I had a plan to go ...
... carousel! A short connecting Westjet flight [Keith - Boeing 737-700] saw me arrive into Montreal to get this one man show on the road!! Having completed my 3 night stay in the city, I now feel able to summarise it as a generally nice city that is easily accessible by foot, bus and metro - and not nearly as expensive as I had expected. A pretty friendly place, it is of course a French-speaking area - but my pigeon French was sufficient to get me by! ...
... and follow the inviting path below gothic spires to the comparatively innconspicuous entryway. Another Basilica, this enchanting cathedral had its first mass on St. Patrick's Day 1847. It was built to accomodate the Irish immigrants and other English speaking Catholics of the city. Intricately carved oak wainscotting lines three walls, more oak decorates the sanctuary, and pews of Indiana red oak complete the interior. Contrary to the cold and imposing stone ...