Hilton Garden Inn Montreal/Dorval Airport
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... alternative plans for the day cause I'd been forgotten haha. We jumped onto a bigger bus and made our way to the mountain villages and sky resorts called the laurentian mountains (Tess you would live the scenery sick!!)After being on that contiki bus for so long and getting really good at napping on buses I might of had a little nap before we got to our first stop haha. Be stuffed if I know what the first little village was called but it was ...
... by the hostel. The guide took us for a walk through the city, along the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (Musee des Beaux – Arts) and up the Mont Royal. This mountain is located in the middle of the city and once we were on the top we had an incredible view while Montreal stretched out beneath us. Even though the viewing point was icy and slippery, we managed to get some wonderful (group) photos without breaking any legs or dropping any precious electronics. We ...
... area is a little bit scary, lots of drunk people, homeless people and a park area with a very strong smell of marijuana. Despite appearances the area is relatively safe (or appears so) with lots of people walking through, visiting restaurants and enjoying the warmth of the late September heat wave. We found a Thai restaurant and had a quick dinner before heading back to the hostel to chill out.
We didn't sleep very well, it was noisy out in ...
... salad and herbed frites with a pale ale and a wheat beer. It was a nice ending to our enjoyable stay in Montreal.
The following morning we had pre booked a free walking tour however it was pouring with rain and we had to make it about 10 kms across town by 10 am. We made a call that we weren't going to make it and cancelled, instead using our time to pack up before our bus ride to Quebec City. We hadn't pre booked our tickets for the bus, under instruction of ...
Because all the signs in the streets were written in French, I hesitated to speak English even at a TI office. Actually, I had heard that I might be hated by French Canadians. However, when I talked to the lady at the TI of the bus station, she kindly talked to me in English, so I was relieved. After arriving at my hostel for that night, I left my backpack and headed for Mont Royal.
The mountain was centrally located in the city and not far from my hostel. When I ...