Hotel Terrasse Royale
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... unwanted reminder of their link to England. Instead, in Quebec, they celebrate La Journée Nationale Des Patriotes (National Patriots Day), where they remember the unsuccessful Patriots War against England in 1837. National Patriots Day has only been a holiday since 2002, so you can see the politics behind this.
Our group has commented on the political climate in Quebec on more than one occasion. I, personally, have found that French Canadians ...
... we both thoroughly enjoyed our trip, we are happy to be returning to our homes, our family and our friends, and, even our work, feeling like Dorothy that "there's no place like home," especially in New England, we agree! In addition, our flights to Montreal and Boston of under five hours and just over one hour, respectively, were a mere hop, skip and a jump in comparison to our earlier train rides. These offset our disappointments with ...
... to break outside of the tourist area and strolled around the charming neighborhood of Saint James Street. Packed with eclectic boutiques, coffee shops and pubs, I couldn't help but be reminded of good ol' Boston and it's endlessly diverse neighborhoods. We stopped in a different bar for both World Cup games that day before regrouping for our dinner reservations. Steven had gotten a local recommendation earlier that week for a little French restaurant far away from any tourists, ...
... in a large dome. Strange, yes but unique and interesting none the less. A quick visit to a fresh food market for lunch and we were on the road again to Toronto. We had been warned about the traffic in Toronto so we headed off early to try avoid the worst of it. After driving through some of the busiest, most insane roads, overpasses, bypasses and expressways I have ever seen, we finally arrived in Kensington, Toronto. We thought ...
... but thankfully there was no rain. Hotel Rish, also known as Rish's bachelor pad or apartment, is located smack bang in the centre of downton Montreal directly across from Chinatown and is within easy walking distance from Old Town Montreal or as the Quebecian French call it, Vieux Montreal. All rugged up, we started walking uphill towards our first stop of the day, the Basilique Notre-Dame. The Basilique Notre-Dame is situated on the historical square of Place D'Armes and ...