Hotel Terrasse Royale
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- Pets allowed
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... really spoil the view here. We stopped for a coffee break in a little town called Montpelier where we met a couple of older blokes from Canada. They were clearly a couple and argued amongst themselves, half in English and half in French about where we should go in Montreal.
We crossed the border from the green mountains of Vermont into Canada around 5pm. Entering the country was ridiculously easy, comparable to going through the Tyne Tunnel. ...
... main entrance to the park opposite a very impressive university campus and headed up the hill. We were looking for the viewpoint of the city but stumbled across the Chalet instead. It was an absolute scorcher so decided this was the perfect place to stop for a nice cream! Whilst cooling off in some deck chairs we were treated to an impromptu performance of German Unicyclists. They were very good! There was another interesting sounding signpost so we headed off ...
... I managed to make the most of the city’s active atmosphere. On the first day, we spent a good five hours walking around the seawall in Stanley Park and on the second we hiked to the top of Quarry Rock and spent the afternoon kayaking. It was one of the best days I had had in a long time and we certainly earned our trip to the gelato shop afterwards!
In Toronto I met up with my mum and brother for a family holiday and I think I speak for us all when ...
... shop "Cocktail Hawaii" for my fare. A longer walk than I expected, made longer by the fact that I was hungry, I finally made it to the kitzchy entrance - with neon signs and plastic palm trees, and faux tiki umbrellas lining the patio. And it wasn't run by Hawaiians at all, just a gimmick. I hoped not anyhow, as there are no crepes in Maui, at least. I had my doubts, but this place had the best ratings from the students from McGill and ...
... compartment houses my clothes and toiletries. And there are two side pockets, a top compartment and a front clipped pocket for all the miscellaneous little things. Over the years, I've developed a system in which everything has its place, so I'm not constantly digging around for things in the dark.