Gouverneur Relais Saint Jean
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Yay a day of touring and relaxing in Montreal. Funny, we seem to be in the Latin quarter, which is fine but a lot of the restaurants are Italian or Spanish and groceries are African. Ironic considering we want French. Maybe today we will find some French food. Oh la la Ps good thing most speak English, my French is pretty dismal, and it is quite interesting communications when your host's first language ...
... point, we turned around, since walking any further would put us so far away from the car, we would probably have to take the metro back. We paused at Espadrilles to admire the handiwork of the hand-sewn Spanish footwear, and I ended up leaving with a pair. We also stopped for homemade frozen custard at MeuMeu, with outrageous flavours like balsamic reduction, honey, or curry. We were slowly enjoying our sweet treats when Trisha realizes that ...
After a light breakfast we headed out to explore and find Notre Dame. We headed into the basilica just as a tour was beginning. We heard about the designers of this Gothic replica and it's history throughout the years. We explored the Old City area of Montreal. Musicians entertained us in Dixie Style. Smoothies were a refreshing treat. Hamburgers-which were ...
... got on a shuttle bus and waited there until the counters opened for check-in. When they saw that I had the previous flight details on the emergency travel document, they told me to wait until everyone in line had passed through, which took a good half and hour. Then they called the U.S Immigration to let them know that I would be arriving into the U.S with a travel document that says I was supposed to be in Amsterdam.
... in our homes and hotels. The next morning we had scheduled a walking tour of old Quebec. This city is divided into a lower area near the St. Lawrence River and then the bluffs above. The climb up the crooked streets and many steps made me feel like I was out of shape. Later we found that you could take a gondola type escalator to the upper part of old Quebec, of course this is what we did the next day. Our walking tour of Quebec was interesting. Highlights were, ...