Hilton Garden Inn Montreal/Dorval Airport
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... kitchen (two colanders but no butter knife??), and a ****** couch. Each of our rooms has a phone, which is nice, because we can call the other rooms if need be.
What wasn't nice was the little internet situation most aptly called a snafu. We were told before the trip we would have internet (yey!), but when we arrived, we were informed we could only use the ethernet cables in our room for internet access. My laptop doesn't have an ethernet ...
... itself was still a drama. Jean suggested a number driveway entrances, and
obvious no parking areas, whilst Andrew continued on. Eventually they found a spot nearly a km up
In the meantime I let myself into the
‘condo’, which consisted of three rooms, a tiny bathroom and tiny kitchen. I was greeted by a huge tabby cat who led me
to the kitchen jumped up on the table and demanded my attention. I noticed through ...
... more than English would be so handy. For the first time I said at a place using Air BnB - a level up from couch surfing. It was a massive weekend in Montreal so struggled to find somewhere to say. And that was looking over a month ago! I stayed with a guy called Roger in the Village. He had a great condo in an awesome area and I mastered the Metro pretty quickly. It was all due to Osheaga - a three day music festival. And I was lucky enough to get a ticket. Imagine Falls ...
... to these two ladies to pay proper attention to my drinks. Young Sophia starting getting on really well with a young Quebecian separatist named Simon. This worked out wonderfully. At the last place on the pub crawl we decided we weren't in the mood for nightclubing and he was able to take us to a microbrewery. I was very happy to be able to try some local beers. We also order nachos. We all chatted for ages and I learnt about how Quebec would like to be a separate ...
... white trees with icicles where waterfalls were. Much better.
We walked down to the pond skating and hill sliding area, found a warm cafe and got ourselves some warm coffee and homemade pecan pie. Wow sugar overload! Plenty of energy for the trip home.
We attempted to go out for dinner on Christmas Eve, but nothing was open... :( Instead we had some fun sliding around on the streets and seeing who could slide the furthest. Jase had a great stack ...