Econo Lodge Brossard
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... this to the end and not getting bored by it, there is still time to book at the same place than us. It is a nice place and very affordable. (look at the site for villa prices: www.pirateland.com)
Follow us on our journey again.
Hope to hear from you if we do not see you there.
P.S. 2: I wrote this at the beginning of the week and since we had snow (20 cm.). If we needed a reason to go south, there it is.
... Iroquois. This square in the western sector of Old Town Montreal is now the paved forecourt to the 1836 neoclassical Old Customs House. This square/forecourt was used as the city's main marketplace during the 17th and 18th century. We were now closer to the water and Im not sure if it was actual or just psychological but it felt much cooler all of the sudden. We decided to seek refuge and warm up in a coffee shop overlooking the Customs House. As we sipped our hot beverages ...
... Pennsylvania gang (2), the New York gang (2), la gang du Lac St-Jean (they really do not speak a lot of English). We did that at a supper at a place called Damon's. Good conversation but the food was average (we have the best ribs up here). the we celebrated with a half price banana split (every Thursday in winter).
Well I lied. Sorry. We decide to stay another day. You must dress in ...
Oh joy. On the road again. We made our way up the Canadian Highway to Quebec. My high school French is rusty (well it has been over 40 years) but the street signs usually have both English & French and most people speak both. So, I'm getting along. We broke up the drive with a picnic along the St. Lawrence River in a beautiful Provincial Park. It was chilly, but heck, isn't that what you'd expect in Canada. Not much else to report, except miles and miles of ...
... cars. We then headed out for another fun night from the hostel. Bagels were the first thing on my mind when I woke up in the morning and I headed to supposedly best bagels in the world, to Rue Saint Viateur Oest Bagelry St Vincent in the Jewish Quarter since 1957. I had seen this place on a TV show, and boy was it amazing! it is all still traditionally baked using a wood fire oven and massive long wooden paddle, and you eat them fresh. An old french man pointed out ...