Gouverneur Relais Saint Jean
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with a bath in it). A bit later we discovered they'd put us in the wheelchair accessible room. Not sure if it was when they saw me or Sioux after 6 hours in the car they decided to take pity. Montreal hasn't really grabbed us the way Quebec did. It's much bigger and more cosmopolitan and with two large universities there is an overrepresentation of student types. Also more homeless and dodgy types. Our opinion didn't improve much the next afternoon when we crammed ...
I spent the afternoon floating like a particle of dust in the other Notre Dame, the one that it is in Montréal. It is a very beautiful church, actually, and all caught up in the foundations of Franco settling in the vicinity of Mount Royal. The story goes that the city's founder, a man named Maisonneuve, promised the Virgin Mary that he would erect a cross on Mount Royal if she intervened to save the fledgling settlement from a ...
Lola drove the 4 of us in her car 126 miles in 3 hours.
Too many to remember and a lot that I don't, that's what you get on a 4 day weekend in Montreal.
Karen, Lola, Delia and I hit the town on the Saturday night after some pre-gaming in the room on our duty free stash.
Sunday was a slow starter that picked up when Jean Francois (JF) arrived to meet ...
... have to be the highlight of our trip so far! We spent so much time trying to feed the ducks grass, and shed many tears when it was time to leave that I think we will be returning there each day with some bread. By this stage I was feeling exhausted. Adalia hasn't been sleeping that well so I was up a fair bit the night before. Plus the whole lead up to the trip I had been most nervous about getting to Montreal on my own, and I think ...
... at a restaurant as the kitchens closed at about 9.30pm or 10pm. So we rushed back to the car and sped (not literally) back down the hill to the trendy, restaurant filled suburb of Plateau to grab some dinner. We decided upon a tasty Greek feast at one of Rish's favourite restaurants. We started with our mixed entree plate with dolmades, trio of dips, spinach and feta parcels and of course olives. We then proceded to each devour a meaty souvlaki plate which we washed down with ...