Hotel Casa Bella
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Get a cab to
Adam’s place. Taxi driver is from Haiti,
only speaks French, does not have GPS or a map, and is not familiar with
Westmount, although it is inner city. We
cannot recognise any landmarks, and our driver has no idea, and the language
barrier doesn’t help. We finally ask if
he has a mobile, and get him to ring Adam for instructions, but ...