Holiday Inn Montreal Longueuil
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... schrijven) hebben jullie te danken aan Mirte, die de weken voordat ik wegging een aantal keer heeft uitgelegd hoe leuk het wel niet was, voor jullie allemaal daar in Nederland en ook voor mij, om later terug te lezen. So here you go, ik ga het proberen braaf bij te houden!
I left on the first of January, so in this case a new year really meant a new adventure for me. The flight was oke, although my personal entertainment system (as KLM calls ...
... She was an interesting person and we learned a lot about the area our hotel was located, which used to be considered the Wall Street of Montreal. This city is divided into the British and French sections. The Montreal city flag tells it all, the flag is divided by the cross of St. George with four different designs, noting the Scots, who built the railroads and ran the banks, the French and British contributed to the government, and finally the Irish who came ...
... a bit next the University. I kept walking towards the south-west (or west in Montreal standard) the road right outside the hotel and reached Cote-de-Neiges where there are some shops and restaurants. There are quite a number of kebab shops, Chinese takeaway, Italian fast food restaurant. But there is a very nice cafe standing right next to a church, the Cafe Java u, the music is nice, food is good. Never thought that I would be able to try the Montreal smoked meat on ...
... also uses another of the stadiums....looked like it could have been the pool. They were playing tonight and were conducting a clinic for children today. There were a number of stadiums within this complex. On the way Steve was really interested in their road construction and how they place their services. We caught the subway back to Sainte Laurente ($3 one way). It was interesting following the French announcements, but we managed to get off at the ...
... didn't open for sight seeing until 12:30. So we decided to have some lunch as we had all skipped breakfast. We went to Montreal Poutine, share a Poutine and I had a warm goat cheese salad. It was good, little over dressed. After lunch we walked around the Main Street in old town, looking in the shops. About 3:30 we went back to the hotel to relax. ...