Hotel l'Abri du Voyageur
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... incase we were diverted to another airport. We finally took-off at 2:17PM for our 1 hour flight to Montreal. The Montreal airport and customs were a breeze and we were greeted by an Oceania representative when we exited customs. After a short wait to get everyone together, we boarded the bus and headed for the Regatta in the rain. On board and in our room for only minutes and our suitcases arrived. As we started to unpack, the announcement for the evacuation drill was ...
Dan and Jaymie are off to Paris today, so we dropped at the airport in Montreal. Any good excuse for a trip to Montreal. We said goodbye to them at the terminal and they headed off.
We went to apartment after negotiating the horrendous Montreal rush hour traffic and then went shopping so Jenny could get some new clothes.
We wanted something to do tonight so a quick googled revealed that the Montreal just for ...
... and I piled into Montréal train station nice and early and waited excitedly for the train to Quebec City (well, I was excited. I'm not sure my belongings were that fussed). I don't have a picture of the exterior of Montréal train station because it appears to be hidden under an office block. The station itself sits above the train platforms, with both stairs and escalators down to the trains. You simply wait by the appropriate gate until ...
... taken as we walked to lunch. The tour stops at nine different areas of Montreal, and the next bus is only 15 minutes away. Very convenient. Our first narrator, Richard (say it in French Ree shard) was excellent, very informative and funny. We had a different narrator when we hoped back on after lunch. Gray Line tours end at 4PM, our shuttle bus picks us up at 5:30, so in the meantime, we ...
... time! I must say,
they were hardly distinguishable from the mushrooms by both taste and texture,
though that may be blamed on the butter-garlic bath in which they were served.
I'm certainly not complaining. The night was filled with delicious food and
good company once more, and we watched Moneyball – a wonderful film for anyone
remotely interested in either baseball or economics – before our penultimate
night at the ...