Comfort Inn South Shore
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Last night was quite a late one, relatively speaking, for I am still struggling to stay awake past eleven most nights. I had a couple of gins and didn't get to bed until past one, so there you go, my youth persists just about. A band of some sort has been staying in the hostel for the past few days, in town to attend a music festival. (I know this to be so because one of the drummers was wearing a lanyard; and ...
... him on our sight seeing tour fortunately he knew the roads that were not blocked and Bob regained his composure as the afternoon progressed albeit still critical of how the "French" do it. I may not have mentioned it before but the accommodation is well above what we might book ourselves but in Quebec they obviously heard that I was accompanying my Father in Laws ...
... into creating beauty in every detail. Every single pew (and there were a lot of them) had a hand calved saint at the end. The ceiling was so ornate painted with golden stars. There were marble sculptures of Old Testament prophets, and the biggest organ I have ever seen. Such a huge amount of time went into creating something amazing for future generations to worship God in. It was funny to study the stained glass portrayal of Jesus. ...
... sun is pleasantly warming the students' faces (and hearts, hopefully) my friend and I are walking across the campus. I cannot stop admiring the beautiful morning atmosphere and even the countless construction sites are no disturbance to me. Even though they force us to take longer routes, causing us to be late for class, of course. ...OK, we might have taken too long to get ready in the first place.
... in the summer and of course ice skating in the winter. Since we had no luck locating a washroom we quickly moved on. We left the promenade and crossed over towards Rue de La Commune. As I looked back to take my last glimpse of the Old Port I noticed a magnificient white clock tower on the Eastern edge of the port. The clocktower was the Tour de L'Houloge, built to commemorate the sailors and shipment who were lost whilst fighting in the World Wars. Visitors can climb the tower ...