Hotel Terrasse Royale
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... of our bag on the conveyer belt and we had to verify it was ours (At the first checkpoint where they looked at our boarding passes and passport, they asked us to state how many bags we had checked). This is a WAY more efficient and time saving way to get through the customs area. The weird thing is that they have a U.S. customs entry point in Canada-usually when you go through customs you are actually entering the country! So when did the U.S. annex that part ...
... Sochi…. You would think we had learned our lesson in India during that gluttonous 15 hour airport layover during which we filled up on paneer pizza and Chicken Maharaja Mac’s: http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog-e ntries/tickettoride/1/1340882873/tpod.h tml
But no, instead upon looking into flights we concluded that previous experiences reiterated one thing: ...
... of Montreal's settlement and expansion as well as how Mont Royal came to be protected from development. Maybe you've also noticed how the city came to get its name! Another great free thing is the Art Gallery. I wasn't expecting much but I was to be mistaken, I'd only planned to spend a couple of hours but spent the day. They have amazing works by Picasso, Monet, Degas, Cezanne, Dali, El'Greco, Matisse and Modigliani to name a few. I was able to get up close to Rodin's ...
... store and is bought by basically any famous person who visits Toronto. We had to try it and it was amazing. So fresh and tasty. We bought one to share but before I knew it Rox had nearly finished the whole thing...Oi wheres mine?! Dont worry i got some and really enjoyed it. We picked up some cheese, crackers, salami and fresh fruit for our afternoon train ride to Montreal. Our train to Montreal was scheduled for 3.15pm and it was already 1.45pm so we hightailed ...
After the 12 hour train ride from New York I stumbled into the hostel just after 8. The first thing I noticed coming into Montreal was the number of homeless people. In the short distance between the train station and my hostel, there would have been at least 4-5 of them. The most creative bum was holding a sign asking for money to buy a chainsaw to protect himself in a zombie apocalypse.
As I entered the hostel I noticed the array of awards they held proudly ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed