Comfort Inn Montreal - Brossard
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... style from Inuit to furniture to classical to modern. We enjoyed the museum very much. At 3pm we were joined by Stephanie and Damien (my niece and her fiancé) who marched us up Mont-Royal to view Montréal from above, and down around the beaver lake to a lovely wine bar on Avenue Parc where we chatted and shared a glass of wine or two. We only ever see Stephanie in international cities - Paris, New York, Montreal! ...
... 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 ...
... the snow around the highway was disappearing.
Getting the Greyhound went amazingly smoothly, I was late picking up my tickets but they didn't question it all, I got a good place in queue, a good seat, there was a baby on board that didn't cry the whole journey thankfully. I was still in bit of a headachey haze from lack of sleep but the bright sun on the snow was burning it's way through that. I started listening to Deftones' self titled as ...
... In many ways, Montreal retains an appealing sort of old-world flavor, and one of the most obvious ways is in its bustling local markets. The biggest of these is called Jean-Talon, nestled in the residential Little Italy neighborhood. Marché Jean-Talon occupies an entire city block in a covered area ringed with restaurants and shops, and is open year-round, a mix of farmer's market, florist, and artisanal bazaar. It's extraordinary: ...