Hotel Espresso Montreal Centre-Ville/Downtown
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Through our first set of locks, raised up 15 feet and we arrived at our next destination, Quebec City, which definetley lived up to its description of European charm without the travel. The cobblestone streets were lined with cafes and bistros, tables full of French speaking patrons enjoying the sunshine and warmth while they dined on heavy multi-coursed lunches, sipping wine and espresso. Our first day off we hiked up the "break neck stairs" and over to the Citadel where we, along ...
... cars in ditches of snow that covered them up to their roofs and tow truck drivers had more work than they could cope with. It was hectic to say the least. But we survived and arrived in Montreal with enough time to go for a walk through the park and find some dinner. Our next day of exploring involved a visit to the port to watch some rather large icebergs make their way down the river and admire the strength of the bridges ...
... a coastal section where we found heaps of starfish, urchins, sea birds and a man who couldn't understand us but could speak English and taught us about how starfish eat.
The last section was ice, snow, penguins, fish and other birds. There were also lynx. The big fluffy cats were fun to watch. They were in their own section away from the other animals tho. That was a little sad.
We wandered through the fossil room and learnt all about beluga ...
... and the weather was sunny although a little chilly. We walked down to the edge of the St Lawrence, along the front to the start of the Lachine Canal. Built to enable ships to pass upstream bypassing the Lachine Rapids it was a major engineering feat.
The canal was enlarged before ships became too big and the canal was replaced in 1959 with the St Lawrence Seaway.
The canal is a pleasant walk and interesting for its industrial history. ...
... in Toronto – where Toronto hosts the world Gays and Lesbians – it is being touted as the largest festival to be held in North America – if that will be the case then it will be something as I have been to the largest festival in NA, it is Caribana…held in Toronto with over 2 million attending and it is just a massive party – I must admit that the Caribbean people certainly know how to have a grand time and we will see if we can match ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center