Royal Versailles Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Montreal
... eating a few crepes, and enjoying French culture. The people in the city of Montreal are so friendly! None of that Parisian snobbery that is so clichéd (but truly not realistic, one of my best friends is a Parisian and he is the nicest guy). On our first visit to the city, my friend Josh and took the 747 bus line which goes directly to the heart of the city from the airport, it's 10 dollars for an all day pass. We decided to get off the bus at the stop that ...
... Haïti. Assez pour bien connaître ces 2 pays et en faire le tour. On part content, plein de savoir, d'expérience, bien nourris, quoi.
Mais où allons-nous, vous vous direz bien... Et bien cela est une bonne nouvelle aussi. Nous allons dans un nouveau continent, dans une culture tout à fait différente, tout en parlant français et en ayant la chance d'apprendre une autre langue aussi. D'autre part, notre qualité de vie sera rehaussée, par rapport aux ...
... racing. You wouldn't believe it but it was all the stars from the Tour de France. Erin was pretty excited as she is a devoted Tour de France follower. We found their numbers and could pick out Evans, Schleck, Froome, Porte, Goss and Contador to name a few. It was awesome to watch them fly around the city as we were just discovering the beauty of the old town. It truly is an amazing city. Very small but just so picturesque and stunning. When the riders were about ...
... the sea. I spend some time here, as the small chapel is light and airy containing numerous works of art dedicated to the Virgin Mary and a place of pilgrimage.
A museum in back allows you to climb the tower, with wonderful views across the St. Laurence river. Being such a fine day, I opted to continue my walk to the Bonsecours Market and the Old Quays. By now I was getting tired and hungry, but I held on to climb the old ...
... has a built-in webcam for Skype, card reader to transfer my photos, and it only cost about $200 new so if it gets damaged or stolen, who cares? Sure, netbooks can be frustratingly slow, and this one's no performance wizard. But it keeps me connected pretty much anywhere, either with WiFi or via mobile internet (more on that below). Since I like to be able to email friends and family back home, as well as blog about my ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet