Royal Versailles Hotel
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... to mention "and souvenir shops by the dozens". After window shopping most of the shops, but not managing to spend any money, we decided it was time to try out the staple food of Quebecians - Poutine. This gourmet dish consists of fries, covered with gravy and cheese curd. We managed to share ONE of these heart attacks in waiting. Ordered a red wine with lunch but they couldn't find a bottle in the restaurant so settled for water. Maybe ...
... Within seconds we understand. Behind him his wife is carrying another daughter and, now relieved of his child, he can pull their bags from the carousel and construct their carry cots, ready to receive his precious cargo back from me. The girl stares up in fascination at this stranger to whom she's been charged, gurgling and sweet, until the waft of her nappy assails my nostrils. Paul, a father of two, is still busy scanning for his luggage and so I stand, ...
... delicious Italian dinner and saw The 39 Steps on stage in a little local theatre. We packed up and headed out - enjoying one last meal at the marvelous Fish Market before heading to the airport and flying back to our respective opposite sides of the globe. A sad day in mudville, but it was a wonderfully week, and plans were laid for the next meeting just a few months away...
... NO MOOSE though-that was a disappointment.
After that wonderful morning we went outside to the Olympin Observatory and scaled the heights-thanks to a funiclar- took 70 people. Great views of the city and what was Olympic Park- proud to say our flag was up theer in the celebration area- we got names on the GOLD winning plaques- NZ Hockey and John Walker-no flags for Oz which was surprising.
Food still good- Bill had cholestral feast of Poutines- a national dish I ...
... Mount Royal, after which the city got its name. This 200-hectacre park occupies part of the mountain that lies in the midst of Montreal Island, and includes the highest spot in the city thereofre offering some good views of the city. One night we went out to watch the final of the World Junior Hockey Championships between Canada and Russia. After completing the second period with their 3-0 lead in tact it looked like it was going to be a good night ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking