Hotel de L'Institut
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Service and room were very good. Restaurant also very reccomandable.
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... that I had felt isolated. Whatever it was, however, did not last long as by morning I remembered I was in New York and had plenty of exploring to do. It also helped that the sun was out and it was warm, have I mentioned what a bad winter Newfoundland had this year?
Anyway, I quickly found the way out of my rut and got out exploring the city. I spent the saturday exploring Central Park, Madison Square Garden and enjoying the view from the top of the ...
First day in the city, where I bask in the glorious weather, stroll her lively streets and feel the cultural vibe. After finding an ATM to garner Canadian cash, I spy something special. Just outside the gate to McGill University, staring up into the canyons of modern, mirrorlike skyscrapers, a unique sculpture catches my eye.
One of the benefits of city life is public art. This sculture by Raymond Mason is exceptional, causing one ...
... a few days before.
As we walk home from Mont Royal St we spotted the kids water park and I, having Zach’s bathers and a towel already in the bag, stopped and encouraged him to play in the water by throwing the ball into wet area as we had done at the jazz fest a few days before. Well 3 hours later Jane and I finally get him back to the apartment once again extremely happy and like a new child.
On the bus tour I called up and bought tickets for ...
... it was quite as central as it is and so it was a shock when we 'bumped' into it. I couldn't help but take a photo being the construction geek that I am. The look of the site was one that I couldn't place in the UK. It looked so behind the times I struggled to place myself there.
I try not to judge on face value though; on first impressions. If I'd done that with Montreal I would have seen it as decrepid, rainy and downtrodden. I don't think its any of those things a day ...
... remove your car about once a week for snow ploughs and more often depending on the snowfalls. If not you end up with a buried car!!
On Saturday we drove to Mont Tremblant('trembling mountain'), a premier ski resort. It was a sunny fall day so the village was crowded with everyone trying to catch the last 'warm' days. Lunch on the deck of one of the many restaurants, had us imagining the village covered in snow in the winter eating and drinking.
The gondola ...