Holiday Inn Montreal Airport
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... Talon a huge market selling fresh produce. It was really fun wandering around the isles of fruit, veggies and flowers. And you were supposed to try everything before you bought. There were so many vegetables I had never seen before or only in Jamie Oliver cook books. I wish I could have bottled the atmosphere around those markets. It was busy but exciting and fun. People had a task to do but they were enjoying doing it. My children loved tasting all of the ...
... toch iemand wakker? Met pijn in het hart zetten we Mars en Sara af, ze zijn familie geworden en ik hoop dat het niet te lang zal duren voor ik hen weer zie. Mijn vliegtuig vertrekt pas in de namiddag en het is 6u30 's morgens. We zetten maar koers richting Orly luchthaven. Net aan de uitrit blijkt er een groot shoppingcentrum te zijn, we doden de tijd met koffie drinken, boeken lezen en veel knuffels want ik voel dat er zich heel ...
... As expected anything we liked was well out of our price range so we left empty handed and continued to walk down Rue St Paul. Rue St Paul is a quaint, narrow cobblestone street which takes the prize as the city's oldest street. It once was a highway for horse driven carts laden with goods which were being transported down to the Old Port. It is now lined with handicraft and souvenir stores as well as many delightful eateries which gives the street a wonderful atmosphere and ...
... the hotel as it was a long day and my cold was in full force, only to find there was no hot water! Not very happy... Backtrack to last Thursday and there would have been tears! All good though I suffered through the cold shower and off to bed!
This morning I got dressed and then off to the restaurant for breakfast. I'm getting good at ordering as soon as I sit down so it doesn't take so long to arrive! After breakfast I went back to the room and ...
... t complaining.
In the morning we got up for some of the biggest crossaints you have seen in your life, which kickstarted the day for us. With so many things to do in Montreal and only 2 full days it was hard to pick a handful, but we decided to start by walking down Rue Sainte-Catherine into the middle of downtown. This is one of the main streets and goes by many shopping centres and some of the main attractions including the Museum of Contemporary Art and a few ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet