BEST WESTERN PLUS Montreal Airport Hotel
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... year they graduated and where they are currently living. The majority of people are still living in the Dorval area. Some people came from Ontario, one from Calgary, one from New Brunswick. All in all a great get together as organized by Mary Abbott, the founder of the IF YOU LIVED IN DORVAL YOU. WILL REMEMBER...... Facebook page which has grown from about 12 people to over 1200 members. ...
... red and white checkered table cloths for me! Sounds perfect, right? The service sucked, the food was ridiculously salty and very slow to come out. To top it off, it was our most expensive meal (other than our dinner at Le Jules Verne). Luckily, I grabbed some tiramisu gelato at a place a few doors down from our apartment (Grom) and it was AMAZING!!! We tucked ourselves into bed nice and early and were up and out of bed by 4:00 this morning, heading to the airport to get this long day ...
After a leisurely breakfast I caught the bus and subway into town. The sun shone, the aluminium roofs of the old city glistened. I wandered around Vieux Montreal, discovering many museums were closed that day: Pointe de la Calliere, Musee des Beaux Arts... Fortunately the cathedral, with all its Gothic Revival, stayed open for worshippers, as did the charming Chateau Ramezay. I met Martin for ...
... br> tradition, Poutine. The word means “mess” in English and is simply chips with
gravy, cheese curd, and a choice of just about anything else you want thrown on top. Wow! We
think these would do well in the Gong and before lunch was finished had a
restaurant all set up! It started here in Montreal
40 odd years ago and apparently is a must do while in this city. ...
... a mini burgers and another drink. Kuldeep came along briefly and as we were there with mostly Accenture employees he picked up the tab for the drinks, sweet! We met some more of the Accenture people working on the RTBS project.
At 7.30 Trish and I decided to head to the Bell Centre to try our luck at getting tickets for the Ice Hockey. We got there just after it had started as we had been told the tickets would be ...