Hotel De La Couronne
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... of the day we left the city and it was amazing. So many beautiful shops. One could have a ball here. Very spacious as well. No worries about traffic. There was a really nice sculpture in the city that was named 'People Who Saw the Light'. In fact there were sculptures everywhere in the city. If there was an English sculpture on one corner of an area, there would be a French one on the other side. We loved the one of the English pug and the French poodle! Over ...
... city in Vermont, but still less than 100,000 population. Burlington is right on Lake Champlain, and still retains some of its 19th C charm, especially with its three block long pedestrian Mall on Church Street, with pubs, coffee shops, clothing and outdoor supplies.
We are camped at the North Beach recreation area, about 3 miles north of town. Being a city operated site, the rates were ok at $35, and it is quiet and grassy. It is also just a stones ...
As has been the case throughout our trip, our transfer from our hotel to the Vancouver Airport was smooth and uneventful. This seems to bring due credit to Canada ala Cart, the company through which our trip was orchestrated by Triple A. Having acquired a feeling of being "out west," (albeit in Canada) and with the words of John Denver resonating in my head, we boarded our Air Canada flight heading back east to Montreal and then good 'ole Boston, ...
... walking tour through Downtown Montreal. I loved how many of the old buildings - like the Basilique-Cathédrale Marie-Reine-du-Monde and the
Cathédrale Christ Church - sat right next to dozens of skyscrapers - like the
Tour KPMG building and 1000 rue de la Gauchetière (this building is at the maximum height for Montreal's building codes). They're like little widows to Montreal's history alongside ...
... be working you can go see a few touristic sites:)
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