Travel Blogs from Montreal
... with a whistle stop tour of Montreal, visiting sights as diverse as the Biodome, the place that serves ‘the best hotdogs on the planet’ and Mount Royal. For me though, the highlight of the week was visiting the newly opened planetarium and then dining at the au noir restaurant. I’m not usually one to enjoy science, opting instead for history-related pursuits, but the planetarium took me by surprise. The show provided a fantastic spectacle and I ...
... br> back home in Australia and I was dissapointed to only get two samples.
said goodbye to Toby and Tys as they headed back to the States to
finish up the season at a ski school. It was a tight week with four
adults sleeping in the van but it was a lot of fun. Nath and I are
headed to the States now and Nath is excited to see the ocean again as
its been a few months.
Hope everyone is well back home!
... up the exterior walls, the lightness of the wood warms the cathedral and gives the 85 foot high interior an intimate, inviting feel. As I marvel at the 1800 pound gilded lamps at the altar, a woman asks me in French when is the next mass. I answer that it just ended, as I caught the tail end when I entered, but I'm not sure she understands. She enters an oak pew, kneels down and says a prayer anyway. She is right, as the reverence and vibration of this church is high. ...
... 8217; only 2 blocks from our apartment with wine bottles covering the entire back wall behind the bar. But upon arrival they say we have to order a main meal and could not serve us. We then went for a walk down the main st and found a bar and had a few G and Ts
Monday 1 July 2013
Zach and I did our usual thing of waking early and going to get croissants for breakfast and stopping at a playground on the way home. I took a chance and bought coffee from ...
... they were 1,5 millions in camps after the earthquake, they are now less than 300 000. It's a pity, because some of these remaining camps will definitively become slums. Cash for NGO(NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION) and the agencies of United Nations widely decreased, and the projects are more and more rare. Yes, the projects of constructions are among those which one can see from the streets. No bad thing. But problems of housing and shanty town were so enormous ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility