Auberge Louisbourg Hotel
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... cooked in a wood fired oven by the hundred.
- hundreds of people eating poutine, chips covered in gravy and cheese curds.
- a cocktail menu that included garnishes such as onion rings and burgers on the straw.
- a 70+ year old man skateboarding down the street, and no one (but me) even noticed.
- a museum devoted to maple syrup.
- a bus stop shaped like a Nespresso machine.
Tomorrow afternoon we all meet up in a hotel by the airport for a ...
... there 15 years ago with one of our first Maritimes tours.
The base of our Canada by Train visit next year will be Old Montreal. Just outside Old Montreal, the Lachine Canal is an historic 19th century shipping waterway punched through the southern half of the island in the St. Lawrence River on which Montreal sits. Last year’s Canada by Train group did some walking along the canal and the St. Lawrence to the west. Our new route, ...
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... Glen bought more clean clothes. I bought a pink jumper - a correct one - not like the stupid one in my suitcase. By then I was hungry again so we stopped for French crepes and coffee. I know what you're thinking - 4 kilos lighter - how long is that going to last? I have walked today for nigh on 5 hours. I deserve a crepe. That reminds me - yesterday when I was saving money in Tiffany, there was a girl there who had just run a marathon in California and everyone ...
... in the square directly across the road (and next to the famous Hotel de Ville) in the aptly named Place Vauquelin. The statues seem to purposely face each other like a Western Style fight em to the death challenge is always about to ensue. As I said, the famed Hotel De Ville sits across the road from Place Jacques Cartier and is Montreal's Town Hall. This impressive building was built between 1872-1878 and rebuilt again I 1926 following a fire. This building is more than just ...