Hotel de L'Institut
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Service and room were very good. Restaurant also very reccomandable.
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... coming into Montreal to start the main tour a day early. Simply driving along Saint Laurent Boulevard with a knowledgeable guide is a great introduction to this multi-hued face of Montreal. Stopping to sample some of the local fare is an even better introduction to the city!
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... most of the words, I suspect from the cadence and familiarity of the mass. My ears delight in the musical sound of the French language while my body greatly appreciates the respite from the summer heat outside.
I exit the massive doors into the marble hall and down the grandiose staircase onto the street. In just a few minutes walk, I find another, more modest cathedral set back from the street shaded by oak trees. Learning it is called St. Patrick's, I ...