Des Seigneurs Saint Hyacinthe
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... the way. There are several reasons for this. Jean was running out of hiding places for the iPad. There are only so many corners in a suitcase. He was also getting a bit tired of me saying, "say this" and eventually just started handing over the iPad and telling me to say it myself. And now that we are on the road he gets quite tired on long driving days and nods off to sleep with the iPad on his chest and doesn't even wake up when I prise it from his grip before he starts drooling on ...
... to get a nice meal before our next leg of the journey to Montreal took off. It was nice that our plane was not as full and we were able to have an extra seat to stretch out. The airlines had us fill out our immigration declaration papers so when we arrived in Montreal 8:15 PM, their time, we were able to get through customs quickly.
> Jim Spoo, our travel agent, had booked us a very nice hotel in downtown Montreal. It was a restored building ...
... that is all I have for you guys today! I hope you guys enjoy this article, and I will try to keep writing more about my new adventures in Montreal! I love talking to you all so please don't be afraid to call me (I have canada wide calling with unlimited minutes so I can talk on the phone as much as I want! Same number as always) or send me an email, or SNAIL MAIL!! (Which I love!) Just ask if you want my address and I will give it to you! :) Lots of Love! Missing you all! -Taylor ...
... University and we quickly discovered the height of Mount Royal. The walk up the road was very steep.....the legs were feeling it and we hadn't even made the Park entrance. We decided to follow the step and slop paths rather than the winding road path. We watched in awe of the people running both the road and step routes. I counted about 600 steps in total...the legs were really feeling it by time we reached the Chateau. This ...
... carpark catch the hotel shuttle to the Botanical Gardens and park then the metro and pick us up at the end of the day. I said thank you but we were going to our next accommodations to check in.
Richard borrowed a hotel luggage trolley from Reception we loaded everything on packed the car and went down the road (Rue Viau) to our “Bachelor's Pad”. It may have been raining but it is bloody cold outside and the wind goes ...