Hilton Garden Inn Montreal/Dorval Airport
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Last weekend I left the USA for the first time since I arrived here on what seems to be forever ago, January 13th. Namely, on Friday morning we left the States behind us and took off to Canada, the land of lakes, maple syrup and Justin Bieber. Together with 9 friends, we rented two cars and we left campus at around 10.30. Both drivers were Australian and had to get used to driving on the other side of the road and were a little confused by the roundabouts, but ...
... br> We really enjoyed cycling around the track. Having watched a few F1 races and played a few F1 racing games I was familiar with the circuit. It was a little strange to have unfettered access to an F1 track and we spent some time having a little picnic on the grass area in between the pit straight and the exit to the pit lane. We cycled around the track twice and we took lots of photos so see the pictures below for more.
We have been very lucky ...
... upgrade to the day pass. If I had the $2 I wouldn't have needed to use the note! And when I got off he suggested I take a shortcut which was in the opposite direction to the hostel. I was wise to that however. The hostel is in an old jail. Pretty novel. I'm missing the guided tours however. Too late today, leaving too early tomorrow. I'm up on the ninth floor where they kept the women. A board in reception announced todays temperature at a scorchio 30 degrees. ...
... cottage, swatting giant mosquitos and stomping on carpenter ants, we returned to the apartment. Actually, her cottage is very lovely, old with pine floors, a stone fireplace and well-attended gardens. There is also a separate guest cabin, one room with a half bath. We took the passenger ferry (it's a short 5 min ride) back to the mainland. Sue treated us to dinner at a pub, Jack Asters, a lively family pub/restaurant. It ...
Adam (our son)
and his wife and 3-year old are living in Montreal, so decided to use the
opportunity to visit Canada and USA in the winter, including a trip to the
Winter Carnival in Quebec City, and a trip to Yellowknife in the Northwest
Territories, hopefully to see the “Northern Lights”. After six weeks of winter,
we’re finishing with a cruise from New York to Los Angeles visiting Cartagena
in Columbia and sailing through ...
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