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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was sad that we were leaving.
Going from Toronto to Montreal is actually quite interesting, as crossing the provincial border between Ontario and Quebec is like crossing into another country. While in Ontario, people speak English and all the signage and writing is in English, in Quebec, everything is French. It just adds a little extra challenge in getting around, but it's actually quite fun :).
Getting to the hotel required us to take the subway, which is ...
Stop one! Montreal!! A trip wouldn't be complete without losing things and giving your mother a neah attack....... Before leaving Smiths Falls Rail station, William had already lost his wallet with all his ID. Frantically searching bags and suitcases and with mom back-tracking where they had gone, he finally found it in the back of the car... ...
... was at the same level as the seat. I then headed off to The Botanical Garden. I asked at the information desk if they have a map of the park. I then pointed to the Chinese garden and the lady said everything is closed for winter. Well I didn't come all this way to just walk off. She did warn me that only the main path is ok to walk on, but the small paths that lead to the Chinese & Japanese garden will be slippery ...
... outdoor cafes. Six concert halls accomodate 8,000 patrons, the largest cultural complex in Canada. I can only imagine what it's like to attend an outdoor concert in this wonderful area, which is so open and spacious admist the center of the city much of which can feel canyonlike beneath so many tall buildings. A string quartet plays as I smile and float by, continuing my gentle stroll in the sunshine into Le Village, the city's vibrant gay quarter. ...
... in the high noon temperature of 41 degrees C while covered head to toe in my full armour motorcycle gear. Passing each other by, we exchanged looks, maybe smiles and customary motorcycle waves. I couldn't help to think: "Who am I to criticize her for not being safety conscious?" As I got deeper into Quebecois territory, seeing all the french signs brought on an uneasy feeling and a flashback of being pulled over on a motorcycle by French Police. This happened many moons ago, but ...