Comfort Inn Montreal - Brossard
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... stumbled across anything of interest. We crossed the road and began to walk along the old port promenade. We passed the first quay, Quai Alexandra which is the eastern most pier along the canal. On the south side of this pier there is an abandoned 17 storey tall concrete silo which is a reminder Montreal's former glory as a major grain port. As we headed north we passed another quay/pier called Quay Jacques Cartier which is considered the focal point of the old port. There were ...
... 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 city. The Notre Dame Basicila was pretty pimped out. The old city was nice to stroll around. Lunch was the traditional fare of smoked meat sandwiches with poutine (chips, gravy and melted cheese). After doing our dash in the am we headed to the nearest bar for what turned out to be the afternoon. The lads hit town in the evening and that ended our weekend in Montreal.....a taste of what to expect in ...
... that night who i had had wings with in Toronto who was passing through for business. Then I headed back to the hostel for some flaming shots with Aussie Mitchell Tod Coote, and the very negative young Aussie wine critic, the 'i hate everything australia pornstar' guy was nearby but we avoided him. That Night was Charlie's birthday, so we had cake at the hostel and a really big night with cheap jack and coke and the nice variety of local beers ending at a the lesser of ...