Hotel Park Avenue
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Monpelier treated us to a great breakfast
at the Coffee Corner, and as we were sitting there a couple of fellow diners fired
up the fiddles and played a few tunes.
It really was great. A happy way
to start the day!
We had a stroll down the Main Street in the
daylight before heading back to pack the car and set off.
We weren't expecting great things of the
weather so ...
... reality. I also walked through the prestigious McGill University Campus, and passed by some of Montreal's more popular museums.
After becoming acquainted with Downtown Montreal, I ventured up to Parc Mont-Royal. I had read online that the hike up the hill to get to the park was rather demanding, and they weren't kidding. I was definitely short of breath by the time I reached the Park entrance. And ...
... it was dark (4.15 pm). We got a little lost and the ice pellets stinging us in the eyes didn't help, but eventually found our way to the apartment we were renting. It's great! The owner was waiting for us and greeted us at the door. He showed us around the house, how to work the heating and told us how to get around. We were grateful he spoke good English and his directions were spot on. It had been a very long and uncomfortable day, so we ducked out to ...
... Notre-Dame, you can visit the Formula 1 racing lanes and the Casino Montreal.
One of the most distinguishing characteristics of Montreal is its winter underground system. It was built in 1962 and is a multilevel network of tunnels connecting offices, shopping malls, schools and everything that you can find in downtown. You can walk between streets and buildings without ever having to get out on the fresh air, which is very useful during harsh ...
... were to steal my purse it would suck but it wouldn't be the end of the world. Sure, bad luck can happen anywhere, but there's no sense ruining your trip because you're worried about your belongings. My main rule of thumb is simple: If I can't stand to lose it, I leave it at home.
- Buy it there. As long as I have my passport, toothbrush and access to funds, everything else is optional. If you're travelling ...