Fairfield Inn & Suites Montreal Airport
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... nights’ dinner. There was a lot of meat involved in each sandwich, something the dogs of the hostel definitely noticed as soon as we walked up the path. The meat was the stuff of every good carnivore’s dream – and vastly outweighed the bread with a ratio of 3:1 meat and a perfect light slather of mustard. A superb supper, only slightly disrupted by the dogs scratching and whining at the door ( clearly as good carnivores we ignored them completely). ...
... heard a crowd go so mental for a goal in any sport in my life. They did not stop yelling and cheering for a good 4 minutes. A bit of hope washed over the crowd and it seemed to pick up the team as well, but unfortunately a 2-1 loss would be how the game ended. After the game we caught the train back, went and got some dinner (I had my first poutine, not bad), then went to bed after discussions about how much snow had fallen and how good the mountain was going to ...
... page) is in french. Now we are right for doing the walking tours on our own plus I know where the Information Centre is because Micheal gave me a free map and marked where the Metro Rail Stations where we get off and the
number of the bus we take to Chalet du Mont-Royal on top of the mountain (hill) which overlooks Montreal and Saint Laurent River.
Another helpful gentleman at Reception said when we check out we can leave our car ...
... know my size but she has an eye and a talent. Before long I've racked up a decent bill and I happily stroll back to the waterfront swinging my bag of delights with me.
I have the perfect excuse to dress up that evening as we eat at a lovely restaurant called Boris bistro. Sitting in a court yard in the open air, candles the only lighting we enjoy what I think is the best meal of the trip so far (sorry to the cooking gang) I have Sea bass with risotto and ...
... noise was loud enough to open a portal into an alternative universe. Deafeningly impressive. I manned up and didn't use the earplugs (the idiotic irony being I spend half my days at work telling people to wear earplugs for noise half as dramatic) but if I'm honest I wanted to hear the noise. The cars decelerating from nearly 200mph to 60mph and then up again produced a brutish sound individually. When several cars came down the straight at once however, its more like some kind ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet