Crowne Plaza Hotel Montreal Airport
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Good, clean, comfortable accommodation. Pleasant staff.
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I had to carry only enough clothes as required. What I'm going to do on the 4
day trip I do not know as my suitcase is simply massive.
breakfast I checked out and booked a taxi for 10am to take me to the station.
hotel was simply a mad house this morning with children and teenagers running
wild everywhere.I soon learnt there was a marathon on in the streets of
Halifax. By 10am I was glad to get out of the noisy place.
... the Old Port beach which can be accessed during the summer months for free. It has permanent fibreglass beach umbrellas.
We tried some maple syrup products at a small maple syrup museum. The taffy was great - served on crushed ice. You wrap it around a paddle pop stick or it can be put into vanilla ice cream. We tried it over the ice.
Back on the train to go to the Downtown part of town where there are kilometres of underground ...
... us through the firework display staging area. This is an inconvenience, but we pushed to get them to accommodate us and now most of the security workers know what we need when we approach them. We enjoyed the environment museum at the Jean-Drapeau Park on the island which had some very good high level exhibits. Mick had a conversation with ...
... in was inevitable. We made it just in time for the free breakfast served in the hostel basement, consisting of bagels, toast and peanut butter, and cereal. Sharing a room with 10 people and only having one shower results in a tight bathroom schedule allowing everyone to use it for a maximum of 5 minutes before the others impatiently start knocking on the door. The system worked, and by 12 o’clock we were all freshened up and ready to go on the Montreal ...
... for winter), the Biosphere, a large amusement / theme park, an Olympic Rowing Basin and the item which sparked my interest, the Canadian Formula One track. We hired a Bixi bike each (Montreal equivalent of a Boris bike) and crossed a bridge over to the second island and turned straight onto the Grand Prix circuit. The circuit is open throughout the summer, bar June when the Grand Prix is in town, and is open to all to cycle, walk, skate or drive around. ...