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... the plausiblility of buying some, but I regretfully walked away empty handed. We then tried Maple Syrup Ice Cider. This was probably the quintessential example that you can have too much of a good thing. It was sickly and overpowering. The two things should not be mixed!
We visited a cathedral and a stunning basilica, where a nervous tour guide apologised in advance for her English, and then spoke the language better than I can.
After wandering the streets ...
... and grab on your car to steal them and we would be lost without our Jill. Anyway Richard keyed in the address for the Information Centre in old Montreal so we can see where to book a walking tour of old Montreal. I followed the map down Rue Peel to Dorchester Square (Richard also found it with Jill) and we just missed the 11am tour of old Montreal East section. This was booked out and we have to pay for the tours as there are no free ones. Young chap behind ...
In comparison to Quebec City, Montreal is a much bigger city and although predominantly French speaking, many more people speak English.
The highlight of our time in Montreal was taking a guided bike tour rather than a bus tour. We were lucky enough to be the only two people on the tour so we ended up with the tour guide all to ourselves which was a real treat. The tour took us around Le Vieux Port (the old port) which had some lovely views over the St Lawrence River. ...
... Chateau Frontenac, a 120-year old upmarket hotel above the St Lawrence
River in historic Old Québec, which is a designated United Nations
World Heritage Site. We’ve got a Gold room near the
top of the building on the 15th floor, with a view over the city,
and as part of the package we have access to the Gold executive lounge-room
where we have breakfast, and snacks and canapés in the evening, free wi-fi, and
... Different Boots for Different Types of Snow:
I know when someone is not from Montreal or has not been living her a long time when I see them wearing expensive leather boots in winter, or even worst stiletto heels in a snow storm.
Will be destroyed with the salt we put on the streets, that will get on to your boots.
If snowy we wear high boots... if its cold and dry we wear good boots with felt and fur inside.
If its ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility