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.
... I really like in any if the other stores. So I went to the Christmas shop and pick out a gold coated maple leaf. Now I was hungry again, so I went looking for food. I found a smoked meat deli, ordered myself a sandwich and took it to go. I walk out to the old port, found a table sat and enjoy my sandwich. It was really good. I just sat here for a while watching the world and updated my blog from yesterday. I walk around the old port some more after lunch, out to the ...
... off for a free jazz concert! Although we didn't stay to hear the concert, the atmosphere was great and heard some fun music on the way through the streets for a while.
Eventually we stumbled across a very cute looking cafe that was called Brits and Chips: a British Fish n' Chips Pub. We got some fish that was covered in a maple syrup batter. I was cautious of it, but I have to report it was sweet and delicious!
... 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 ...
... ahead is why. Because this is the only time
IN YOUR LIFE that you will ever make that mistake. Because you are learning
something incredibly valuable: don't assume there will be food there. In this
respect, I have become an old person at age 20 – from this point forward I vow
you will never see me without a snack in my bag. Never again will I allow the
hunger-grumps to rule my morning.