Holiday Inn Express St. Jean sur Richelieu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... with Perth. It's a bit like Norway where everyone seems really fit, perhaps it's something to do with all the snow they eat. Our hotel is perfectly placed - a short stroll to the old city and forty metres to the main shopping street. It's sort of an apartment but no washing machine/dryer. When we checked in they informed us we'd been upgraded to a family suite. A huge entry hall, large bedroom, dining area, lounge room, second bedroom and an enormous bathroom ...
... away in their hearts, that I am not permitted to see or understand. We all have our secrets, after all, and so we hide beneath our surfaces in these mutual places, safe in the knowledge that our precarious transitioning means that nothing we say or do to each other matters overly much, for it will all blur and be forgotten by morning. I wonder what the shallow impression I make looks like? How long does it last? How quickly am I forgotten by all those I will ...
... Montreal and st Joseph's basilica where I light a candle for Owen. It's a glorious sunshiny day and the commentary leaves a lot to be desired . Back to the hotel and I cancel our dinner reservations after lots of beautiful complimentary canapés. It's just been the most delightfully smooth and wonderful holiday. Full of beautiful touches and lovely moments. And of course we are sitting in the gold lounge and they play somewhere over the rainbow ... Amazing! Will keep you posted ...
... the less. We turned away from the old streets and walked towards the "old pier". This provided a little more excitement for the children as there were boats and display anchors. But the area wasn't very well fenced so Adalia much to her frustration had to be carried. We found an exciting looking science museum which we think we will return to tomorrow. We meandered along the pier and saw a pond with ducks and ducklings. Well, ...
... for food on the grass. There was a couple feeding the racoons despite signs requesting people not to feed the animals, so there were one or two bigger racoons coming up close to the park benches. One racoon actually stood on its hind legs and reached up to her hands to inspect it for food. In this incident he only found an Iphone so he scurried off quite quickly after he made this realisation. Time was getting away from us and we needed to go to ensure we were still able to ...