BEST WESTERN Hotel Brossard
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... 2 more weeks in April would make our stay warmer and with our (mild !!!) winter so far we could use more warmth. We booked from March 15 to April 12. After our phone call to reserve, we discovered it was ok for us but that the week after, they were all booked. We think it depends on Easter. Since Easter is April 20, they let us reserve later. But next year Easter is the end of March, so we will see what happen (if we go ...
... foot you can see all kinds of history (you can see it too on a tour in caleche or bus). We stop at a very nice restaurant (we were alone out on the backyard terrasse). Great food, good service and the sun. What more do you want? We took the cruise to see Ft. Sumter. If you're not that hot on ruins and some history, well... don't go. If you like the sun set and the seagulls following your boat and eating ...
... and the stained glass windows are exquisitely detailed.
We also went up Mont Royale, Montreal’s "mountain", of which they are very proud. It’s only a little over 200m high. Tiny really, but they love it! There are some crazy people that cycle up and down it. I don’t care if it’s only 200m, it’s still steep! The view from the “mountain” was fantastic.
... the complex is the meeting place for major festivals. In autumn 2011, a new concert hall for the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal was inaugurated.
We then went into the underground city and saw some of the artworks in Place Des Arts, we walked under Saint Catherine Street to complex Desjardins and then through to Rene Levesque. Built in 1976, the complexe Desjardins is home to 3 office towers, 110 ...
... that effect on kids haha.
The next day was my flight to Montréal. I got to my hostel eventually, after walking around Vieux (Old) Montréal for about an hour and a half. It's not a great place, but it's in an amazing location. All the buildings were build around the 18th century, and it has a very Parisian feel. I'm here until Sunday, 2nd Jan when I move into Hingston Hall, the rez they placed me in at Concordia University. Still have to get linen and all that kind of stuff for ...