Hotel Dauphin Montreal - Longueuil
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... 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 ...
... with Adalia. She wouldn't really take no for an answer. I am so thankful she was there because you couldn't have babies in strollers up the escalator, there were no lifts and I didn't have enough spare hands to hold her and the stroller and the bags. Allison then offered to drive us to our hotel. I wasn't sure what to do, but figured she looked totally harmless, she was a mum with two young school children, and she was very genuine (in my 20 second ...
... at 5:45. We were on our own for dinner. I decided to go out with 2 other for dinner, they had decided that they wanted to go to Mont Royal street, so off we went. It was rather a residential area but we found a funky little diner, I had some soup, was not very hungry. Early start tomorrow to try and avoid to much traffic at the border. So an early night ...
... either tell you if they
think you haven't given enough or will just take what they think they
deserve out of your change. In their defense though, Aussies are notoriously bad tippers.
We went for a day drive on Ile de Orleans
which was full of local produce and little farms. Fromagery is the
french word for cheese factory and we made sure we stopped there for a
sample, although it was good cheese I still think we have ...
... We learned the Chinese penjing trees were developed before the Japanese bonsai trees. Some of the trees were as old as 275 years. They were used for medicinal purposes initially. Therefore, they were kept small with the use of wires so the trees could be carried from place to place. The ginkgo biloba was the only plant to survive the bombing of Hiroshima.
The Chinese Garden includes ...