Hotel l'Abri du Voyageur
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... photos don't even do it justice and I don't even like nature but I was pretty gob smacked at how beautiful it really is (so imagine those huge **** off jigsaw puzzles that are like a billion pieces, the ones of the mountains with little houses and amazing coloured trees that's pretty much how it looks but a million times more stunning). On the bus again to the main stop for the day at the mount tromblant, it's a ski resort in the winter but ...
... a typical Canadian dish and you can not visit Montreal without eating it at least once! It consists of French fries and cheese curds covered in gravy. I know, that might not sound very appealing, and it definitely does not look very appetizing but it was absolutely delicious. By the time we got back to the hostel at 5 we could consider ourselves Montreal experts! Together with Claire and Francesca I then went to explore the shopping street and I bought some nice maple ...
... close to getting in we walked home to our B&B not too upset and consoled ourselves with the fact the band were only playing a short set of songs from the new album and we wouldnt get to see the old favourites anyway.
On Wednesday morning we went for a run up Mount Royal. This is like Montreal's Kings Park. The name "Montreal" actually comes from this mountain that stands over the city, Mount Royal=Montreal. It was a really nice leafy run although more than ...
... are also Norwegian Luges that can be tried and a slide being built
Outside are several brown boxes with hot steam saunas that is included in your room price. Hmm I would spend most of my time in there... Hot throw myself in the snow to cool down and back in the heat!!!
The private villas or cabins for couples which are more private are also being built.. A little honey money in the snow.
... to introduce herself to the locals by walking into a passing jogger and got shouted at, but apart from that it was an uneventful walk until we reached the lake. The lake had loads of groups of ducklings and was absolutely packed with goldfish, so we threw bagels (which were handily all over the floor) for them to eat. As we were hanging around, we saw dogs everywhere.... One lady had been jogging with her pug and dropped the lead without realising, so he was ...