Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Montreal Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Headed to Gard de Palais early to check my bag and walk around the area. Well, there is no checked baggage on the train I was taking. So here I am stuck at the train station for 3 hours with a dying iPad. Found a plug in the adjoining bus station and sat for a while people watching while iPad charged part way. Impatience got to me so I moved to the boarding area and people watched some more. Also worked on my lines for Act I of Little Women. ...
... danced all out since that was what everyone was doing. When we arrived back at the hostel later that night, everyone was fast asleep and we quickly crawled underneath the sheets.
On Sunday morning our alarms went off at 8. Namely, after showering and breakfast the plan was to hop in the cars at 10 and drive to Quebec, another big Canadian city about 2 to 3 hours away from Montreal, where we had booked a dogsledding trip and were going to enjoy a husky ride. ...
... Kellie, Matty and Chris all went out for a fancy dinner but Alex and I decided against it as we didn't have the money.Jenny had come down for the night so Alex and I reluctantly got in the car with her and she drove us around to her apartment. We dropped our stuff off at hers that we didn't want in the hostel and then she drove us around town.
We went to a lookout called mont royal which is what the city is named after. ...
... but had a good atmosphere. Sue returned to the island and we stayed at the apartment. The next day Sue had planned a surprise for us. She wouldn't tell us what is was until we were almost there. It was the show Cavalia Odyseo produced by a former member of Cirque de Soleil and features up to 67 horses from a variety of breeds. The show is a combination of acrobatics, synchronized movements and dances similar to the ...
... of the roads were cris-crossed with what appeared to be mini-speed bumps - with an occasional pothole.
I am always looking to try to improve my French -- I wonder if "Ontario" is the French word for Pothole???
We had an adequate map to get through Montreal - around the main city. But, we encountered 7 detour exit closed signs - all in the direction we planned. Each detour took us closer to ...