Des Seigneurs Saint Hyacinthe
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All good things must come to an end, and it was time to leave Quebec. It was a lovely old city filled with charm and beauty, but it was beginning to feel quite small and very expensive. Four nights was the perfect amount for us. It is however somewhere I would love to return to one day. I feel as though it will be exactly the same in thirty years and that is nice. We woke up on schedule - adalia sleeps 12 hours like clockwork! and did our last bits of packing. We ...
... with some friends. Bathed and brushed, Zoe took to her bed. With monitor in hand aunt harriett was equipped for a quiet might. Alex and elianna on the other hand, didn.t know what was in store. Met up with philou and Marc tetreau, we enjoyed a late dinner and then off to the Savoy for Afrodizz. And oh what a night. Just like old times... Left the club at closing wet from head to toe from intense and uninhibited ...
... bomb... Guinness followed by a shot of baileys and another spirit but not sure which one. Very nice! After talking more French and also some English which Nicola, a German from my room, and meeting a guy from Montpellier, tiredness took it's toll, so I joined the Suis girls in walking back to the hostel. A jam-packed day! If every day is as good as this... I might never come home!! Also loving the feeling of being able to speak French and English, bring on being ...
I spent 8 days here, all of which rained :(. Montreal is part of the Quebec Province in Canada (the French speaking part) and Canada's second most populated city (Toronto being the first). It is
apparently supposed to be a lot cheaper than Toronto, although I found this to not be the case. Whilst the majority of North Americans here ummmed and argged ...
... our hotel on the east side of the river to make it easy to find as we were getting in late. When we went to cross the Pont Jacques Cartier to get over to the islands (the roads that looked like they went to the islands didn't apparently), the access ramp was blocked. We drove around for what must have been over an hour - since it was nearly noon when we arrived at the Jardins. Finally we got directions from a gas station and crossed a bridge ...
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