Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Montreal Airport
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... being spoken and dissemenated outside of Europe. It's not hard to imagine that if the British hadn't conceded the language to Quebec that they would have joined the Revolution and that the United States today could include Quebec and other parts of modern-day Canada.
In the aftermath of the American Revolution, the loyalists to King George emigrated to Canada. Jeremy has an ancester on his mother's mother's side who was a loyalist ...
... English, the food was great, and the city on the whole had such a unique feel to it. It didn't really feel typically Canadian, or anything else for that matter; Montreal is its own unique city which seems to have created a distinct culture and identity. Did I mention how much I loved it? It has such charm and appeal, and ...
Second flight is from Paris to Ajaccio. At Paris (Orly Airport), we have another connection with Air France to go to Ajaccio in Corsica.
... and 1827, but it took another 45 years to finish the inside. You can see why when you look at the photos.
After Notre Dame, we walked to the subway and went out to Olympic Park. Built for the 1976 Summer Olympic games, the park is open to the public. $10.00 each to ride the funicular to the top. The tower built into the base of the stadium is the tallest inclined tower in the world at ...
... features. For our poor little point and click camera this was too much. It seemed to find it very hard to focus and apply the correct light settings or use the flash, you could hear it whirring! The battery went flat very quick. Lucky we had a spare. The other unavoidable factor – long trains in rows in a shed means you can’t stand back and appreciate it in its entirety.
There were also a couple of beautiful 1½” scale live steam ...