Comfort Inn Montreal - Brossard
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... off speakers and heads bopping like the brothers from 'The Night at the Prom".
Dinner tonight at a pub called the "3 Brasseurs" microbrew / pub where we the tasting boards where the recommendation - 6 beers for me and 4 for Kari (little glasses).
Tonight the Habs play the Leafs in Toronto and already the street is loud with roars and honking depending which way the game is going.
The end of a 3 year chapter in Montreal is closing out on a very positive note!
... 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 ...
... used these days except for maybe Jazz or heavy metal concerts..the acoustics appalling!
The welcome into Canada was not quite as we had hoped for. Firstly, although third off the plane, we were presented with a snaking queue at passport control, resembling HK but without the efficient organisation. We were then instructed to go ...
... other passengers who were also flying home from Vietnam; they were easy to spot since they were carrying around conical hats and Vietnam travel bags. It's the destination of choice at the moment, I guess. (There was even a big article in the Gazette's travel section by someone who did a similar trip to mine, only she spent three times as much. Yes, I'm feeling smug.)
Now I'm home with a giant pile of laundry to do and stacks of unanswered emails and other such necessities. ...