Holiday Inn Express St. Jean sur Richelieu
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... and thick wood. Ottawa is a nice city with the parliament building and many museums, and monuments as well as many government buildings as the capital of Canada.. My journey has changed in the last days from isolated places with almost no services to medium and large cities that require a lot of time to find places.......i am practically taking the day off , just wandering around taking photos and eating. ...
... turning them green. The sun has appeared and we stop of at the beautiful Ste -Anne Basilica. This is said to be the oldest shrine in North America, the first chapel was built in 1658The present church was built in 1923 after the previous one burned down the year before. On the lower floor there are lovely mosaics of flora and fauna and one of a bright red bird called a cardinal which we had seen in the flesh the day before. After ...
... so very crowded. There is time and space to do things properly, to delve beneath the surface. I got some lovely pictures of the cross and the Montréal skyline and some audacious squirrels who were quite content to pose in plain view of my camera. On my way home I wasn't quite sure what to do, so I ended up shopping a little and buying some chocolate snacks in the subway, of all places. Then I drifted back to the hostel, watching as Rue ...
A day in Montreal and the weather was ideal for a guided walk through the new and old.The fortifications are all gone in this city though they are now appreciating the history of past years and restoring old buildings and reinventing a use for them. Some are empty waiting for their turn and we are told they belong to old money families not in a hurry,waiting for the right opportunity. ...
Today was our last day in Montreal. And while I had washing and packing to do, I didn't want to keep the kids confined to the hotel room all day. So we set off for a half day adventure. I really wanted to see the inside of the Notre Dame Basilica so that's where we were going. When we arrived we saw that the admission fee was $5. I couldn't believe they were charging us! I don't recall paying to see the great churches in Rome (Maybe St Peters, ...