Comfort Inn Aeroport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We left Plattsburgh Friday after breakfast and one more little shopping outing and headed Northward to Dorval, Quebec and Wayne's sister and husband's home in Pierrefond. Tomorrow is the reunion.
We got in about 4:00 p.m. Settled in at Sheryl and Danny's and then an old friend ...
... started. From the time we got up to the time we get home: 20 hours! Yikes! But as we sit in the Montreal airport over a couple of pints, waiting for the Air France shuttle bus to take us to Ottawa, I'm impressed at how good we're doing! Ask me again in five hours when we finally get home, though... Could very well be a different story! Thanks to all of our friends and family who have cheered us on, not only through this blog, but in the past year! Also, a huge thank you to those ...
... food, then wandered about some more, my feet aching from the cobbles. I investigated the underground city but wasn't in the mood for shopping. Back to John Pratt Ave for tea and a glass of wine. I shall miss my cousins' hospitality. Highlight of the day: Martin showed me a watch he was given for long service by his company. His name was inscribed thus: 'Martin Fairblank'. I roared with ...
... the lookout and visitors were taking a rest. I took a long rest there and went back to my hostel.
Actually, I visited Montreal three times in total. To tell the truth, I was not interested in this modern city, but because it was on my way to Quebec, I stopped over at Montreal. Of course, when I came back from Quebec, I dropped by Montreal, but that time, I didn't stay overnight. I arrived at Montreal at four in the afternoon and visited Notre-Dame ...
... when they did good song we would get up and have a bit of a dance, and Gemma did a particularly impressive breakdancing move which all the other spectators watched with awe. We found it hilarious- a really good way to spend an afternoon. We walked up one of the piers where there were lots of little stalls selling things; one specifically was fascinating; they had used lots of junk to make new products; for example there were plates made out of squished glass ...