Hotel Universel Montreal
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It's bloody raining and we are leaving for Montreal why does it always rain when we are packing the car. Does God want us to have another shower. Couldn't find Anita in the building, tried getting Catherine but left a message saying we want a copy of the invoice For GST refund when we leave Canada. A few of the places we have been to just like …
... fine, but definitely no frills
(but we paid a no-frills price, so are not complaining). They provide wine and beer and soft drinks
free, but for the first time on an international flight there is a charge of $7
for spirits. We have a reasonable meal soon after taking off. We were expecting another meal, but it turns
out to be a bread roll with turkey, and a biscuit. We are served breakfast towards the end of
the flight, which is either an omelette ...
... building and some security guard came to me and said I could not. It is a private university and they had these rules – which I did argue for a few min. just to make me feel better to no avail. So miffed, we walked off campus up the hill to the base of Mont Royal.
This mountain – or hill for most people – is the namesake of Montreal. We walked up several hundred steps and some steep trails to get to the main overlook of Montreal – Chalet du ...
... la seule chose qui rentrait dans mon sac... De toute façon, j'ai toujours rêvé de visiter cette ville inspirante depuis mon enfance... j'aurai donc de quoi rêvé cette nuit dans l'avion! La prochaine fois que j'écrirai, j'aurai pieds sur un autre continent: l'EUROPE!!
Ps. Il y a un Jugo Juice dans la section de vols Internationaux... Comme de raison, il garde le meilleur pour la fin.
Overall I thought Montreal was a good trip. Here are a few final thoughts:
- Montreal is stuck in the late 80's/early 90's and it's quite refreshing! One of the things that struck me were the existence of pay phones and mailboxes! And there were a lot of them. I would see one mailbox, turn the corner on the block and see another mailbox! You do see locals with cell phones but not as abundant as the US. I guess Canadian telecomms ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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