Comfort Inn Montreal - Brossard
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Brossard
... restaurants giving us a taste of what they cooked for charity). But because of the rain it closed early. Oh well! We decide to shop instead (remember it always cost more in the end especially on somebody's Birthday). After we go eat at The House of Blues (remember the Blues Brothers) . Nice food and music (I recommend it). The sun is out now. It is time to celebrate this with Happy Hour on our balcony (what else ...
... we will buy it there I guess).
We reserve the lab (villa) in case there was no space (did it yesterday and there was plenty left). Also for the first time we needed travel insurance. It is a long and arduous task. I am not kidding. Questionnaire and long ones.They want to know if you have ANY sickness and if you do they do not want to insure you (great!). Finally after answering multiple ...
... where Montrealers spend their winter shopping months. Nothing to buy here (Cris hasn't found anything yet) so surfaced for air and caught the bus home to recharge the batteries. Wednesday morning saw us rise for pancakes, fruit, yoghurt and bacon, all cooked by Tara, who has the day off from work. After much discussion it was decided that we would hire 2 bixi bikes (like the hire bikes in Brisbane - just no helmets required) from just up the road ...
... and we aren’t impressed.
The city has no centre and an uncomfortable mix of cultural collisions. We found it oddly shocking to hear French 3000 miles from its source, but of course no odder than hearing English in the US. Even odder is the yearning for Europe but with a hand out to America. It’s not brash but it isn’t refined either. A real puzzle for us, a puzzle we feel guilty we haven’t cracked.
The ride from the airport could ...
... 8217;m kitted out with a backpack, as demonstrated by my walk from Dundas Street down to Union Station where I could catch the Go Train to Mississauga; I’d not realised the stop beforehand at King Street would have left me closer to the station and saved a few blocks of walking.
Once the iPod was out and I was on my merry way I began to enjoy the walk, if not for the exercise after eight hours on a bus then for ...