How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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On St. Catherine, we found several street musicians, a dancing troupe, quite a few beggars, and a ton of stores, including a Sephora. (I am not embarrassed to admit that I was happy to see it, either.) There was also a fantastic liquor store we stumbled upon that had the most amazing wall of scotch and bourbon. I had to leave quickly, because a bottle of pretty much anything in the store would have left me a ...
... under construction! We made do with splashing in the fountains in the kids play area. We sat here for a little while, cooling off in the shade, eating our sandwiches and reading a little before making a move again. We found our way out of the park easier than we found our way around inside and caught a number 11 bus back to the viewpoint. Once there we oohed and ahhed at the panoramic view of the city obviously posing for a few couplies (a 2person selfie). We ...
... was pretty keen to head for shelter and I wasn't far behind him. Back inside we went to the Science Explorers room. This was quite similar to questacon but on a much smaller scale. In fact it had many of the same activities. The only problem with the activities (consistent with the reviews) is that there were no instructions for anything. A lot of them I could work out what to do, but some of them I had no idea. And as I spied ...
... temporary home for the night. Tuesday morning was beautiful and we spent the morning exploring Ste Catherine's and napping on the lawns of Vieux Port while waiting for Cassie! She arrived from Toronto around 3:00pm Tuesday afternoon amidst a huge rainstorm. We returned to châteaux Georges before going to supper at an amazing billiard bar and grill in Laval. It was a great find with yummy food ...
... 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 ...