Crowne Plaza Hotel Montreal Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Good, clean, comfortable accommodation. Pleasant staff.
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... are built layer by layer over the years, with a wealth of treasures of history underneath their walls. We also discussed the elements of French and British and Canadian cultures that are woven into the fabric of present-day Montreal.
We also discovered how American history also intersects with Canadian in Quebec. During the time of the American Revolution, Montreal was under the rule of the British, who had won it in the Seven Years' ...
It is also linked to over 1200 offices and has at least 200 entry points from the streets. It also contains the University of Quebec at Montreal campus. Totally unbelievable! It allows Montrealers to continue to operate during their freezing cold winters.
I bought some new underwear because I accidentally left half of my underwear in Mont Tremblant and also bought some really lovely PJs. Noel had to have a haircut but couldn't get ...
... are made incredibly happy with simple things such as hot food, a shower, a dry place to sleep and invigorating conversation.
Big massive crepe at Paris Crepe. Had to walk around a little bit to refind this spot. Needing to refuel. Easily could have eaten two dinners tonight. Forgot how much I had to find a strong wind out of the southwest for much of the way across Quebec.
782 miles from Dalhousie to McGill. Left one world and reentered ...
... prob minus 12?).
Second day still looking for Mount Royal lookout - could see the cross on top of the hill but skipped it after strughling to walk across the park in fresh snow -looks cool on movies but not really if thrown in the frezxing cold-
St joseph s oratory -one of the most visited shrine, its huge dome is second to st peters basilicas the heart of st joseph, and the hundreds steps up...
... And later when my thighs got too cold I went into souvenir shops to "look around" as my body defrosted. Note to self: yes the house is warm but you still need your thermal pants! The next day I went to their science museum. Pretty interesting. Check out the pic of me on the unicycle :) It's a "few" meters above the ground and you ride on the tight rope. But it's pretty safe. Something to do with physics and the 200 kg weight counter-balancing you. Another cool one was ...