TripAdvisor Reviews Centre-Ville Hotel Montreal
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... tea, which never came but as we weren't charged for it I didn't mind the oversight. We ordered a fois gras dish, which came with bread and butter and was just rich enough to fill us up again as we enjoyed our drinks. The cafe had dark wood paneling, vintage french advertisements on the walls and an extensive wine collection. The atmosphere was both elegant and simple, a place where you could stop in by yourself for a beer in your tennis shoes, or ...
... parliament of the United Canada in 1849, as Montreal's City Hall from 1852 to 1878 and was for a century the city's main public market. It now houses boutiques, restaurants and grand reception halls.
Tho old town's riverbank is called the Old Port. Many area in this area have been renovated and there are now recreational spaces, museums and other attractions. A new urban beach has recently been opened on the Saint Lawrence River. You can't ...
... and from that he does not trust my judgement). Sure enough when I looked at the map we were going in the wrong direction. He was right. So we turned around and started walking up a hill with his constant reminder that he was right, he was right, he was right!!! We walked, and walked up a hill for a good 20 minutes, and it was quite steep. Ordinarily this probably wouldn't bother me too much. It was a cool, overcast morning, we hadn't done much walking yet so my legs ...
... sleep on the plane from Bogota so we were not totally bagged!!! Arriving home to blowing snow and really cold winds I guess is part of the trip. But next year!!!!!!
We arrived in Brockville at 5pm and were in bed by 7. We slept 11 hours and felt a whole lot better. Bev ran around like a chicken with it's head cut of changing suitcases. We left with her daughter Shelly for Ottawa that afternoon so they could stay ...
... and ears warm-too bad for the beanie hair. I bought it in readiness for the ice hockey match that we were going to watch that night. I got a team themed toque (did you like that unintended alliteration??!!) By the way did you know that beanies are known as toques here in Canada? Now you do. Oh..its pronounced as 'toke'. I had also invested in $5 gloves from Walmart with fancy thread on the thumb and fingers to allow the use of the smart phone, texting etc (and yes we tested ...
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