Hotel Chez Swann
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... 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 ...
... even if it is just for 10 minutes. They have an old money chest that I thought was strapped to the floor but I eventually managed to pick it up! Well one end of it.
From there we headed down to the house of Sir George-Étienne Cartier. In part as it was free to us as we had Parks Canada Discovery Passes. It is a large house maintained in a mid 1800’s style which features information on the famous family who lived there. George was a ...
Another poor nights sleep. I don't know whats up with my sleeping pattern. It's like I've been set to Vampire mode. Tired in the day can't drop off at night. I'll probably start glittering next or whatever it is they do in Twilight. An uneventful short journey and I'd gotten to Ottawa dim problemo. Whilst getting across town however I made the school boy error of not having any big change to hand so had to burn a $5 note on the bus. The driver suggested I chip in another ...
... the curse of the glass case and dimly lit areas meant they were hard to appreciate them properly - let along photograph. No photos came out.
Out the back of the main hall there are some railway buildings, some open storage with many, many wagons and diesels and a much bigger covered storage shed which housed many more locos, mountains, northerns, pacifics, a brighton terrier and the other remaining Selkirk. I went into one of the station buildings which had ...
... fine, but definitely no frills
(but we paid a no-frills price, so are not complaining). They provide wine and beer and soft drinks
free, but for the first time on an international flight there is a charge of $7
for spirits. We have a reasonable meal soon after taking off. We were expecting another meal, but it turns
out to be a bread roll with turkey, and a biscuit. We are served breakfast towards the end of
the flight, which is either an omelette ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center