- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Day two was chilly but sunny. Over night the tooth fairy arrived to collect Collins recently lost tooth. We had a quick breakfast across the street at Tims and headed out to the Biodome via Subway. We wandered through a rainforest, with monkeys, tropical birds, turtles, a vulture, crocodiles and piranhas. After this there was a short exhibit of bats in a dark habitat. Thne we entered the Laurentian forest which reminded me of Bowering Park. It ...
... I still had a headache and just wanted to eat some dinner and go to bed! I ordered pizza, called some family, made my bed, and went to sleep by myself, all alone for the first time in my own little house! The next morning, I had some yogurt and berries for breakfast! I invited a girl from upstairs named Sunny to come have breakfast with me so she came down too and we hung out for a little bit! It was nice to meet someone else from the building and she is super ...
... bought the children lollypops for the journey, and I bought myself a maple syrup lollypop. It tasted just like Maccas breakfast maple syrup! Jess I'll try and find one for you in Montreal cos you would have loved it! Samuel was as always the best boy every. He sat patiently for most of the journey. When we finally pulled into Montreal I was quite nervous about getting to the taxi. We had so much stuff. And then an angel appeared. Her name was Allison and she offered ...
... to the piers and water front which was nice.
We made the most of the free breakfast and then watched a great show on the tv about sharks. We took a subway to Peel and went to the tourist info. From here a 30min uphill walk took us into Parc Du Mont-Royal. We got a nice view of the city and then did a nice loop walk in the park and sat by a lake in the sunshine. Back down ...
... at the track it was raining. We hadn't really packed appropriately but c'est la vie. Our stand at the hairpin was mere minutes from the entrance to the track which meant getting out and getting into the course would be easy. A true benefit when so many people are passing through.
Everything's expensive, clothes are ridiculous, food is pricey but on the flipside they allow you to bring in 'coolers' of food and drink to enjoy at your pleasure. Something I have never ...