Hotel de L'Institut
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel de L'Institut Montreal
Service and room were very good. Restaurant also very reccomandable.
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... the same amount of time to get as usual Thai but we had plastic plates and forks which is where the Express part comes in. Montreal has a scale replica of Notre Dame which we visited and luckily I did not turn into Quasimodo which is awesome because i don't think I would carry a hump overly well. There was a brilliant square opposite that turned out to have a solid ice base which I uncovered and slid around on like an 8 year ...
... drizzled with maple syrup.Yum.
Did a bit more walking around the Old Town, then asked a local how to get to the subway, and he was kind enough to go out of his way and walk us there. It was simply too cold for Terry to stand still for a couple of minutes to read our map. Went to the underground shops for lunch, and it was faint-inducingly hot.
Caught another subway to the Jean-Talon markets, full of fresh ...
It's around 11am by the time we leave Emily's apartment and head into downtown Montreal for breakfast. We find a great little cafe and spend a couple of hours there. Emily has invited me to join her family at a fishing lodge for the coming Canada Day long weekend. We ...
... costumes of Cirque. It was spellbinding and enchanting and the sets were amazing. We enjoyed it thoroughly! We had a light dinner on the island, before returning to her apt around 9pm. I had invited Sue's friend Karen over for a glass of wine and we had a nice chat, talking mainly about our respective families. The next day was Fete Nationale, aka St. Jean Baptiste Day. Everything was pretty well closed up. Jack and ...
... snow and ice only using molds.
The ice is transparentfor the bed frames, bars, table, chairs, it is made in layers by first removing the oxygen from the water, then the water is frozen in thin layers to get the transparent affect.
The lobby is in the shape of an egg, one of the hardest forms to break. A kevlar balloon is filled with air and the lobby is molded. When it is hard enough and ready they release the air and ...