Imperia Hotel & Suites
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Conference facilities
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Sometimes it's better not to think about these things too hard.
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... all the people from out of town milling around in the hot sun. It was beautiful day to wander around, but very hot. We ducked into the Bank of Montreal. I wandered through the marble columns in the lobby of Montreal's oldest bank while Trisha used the ATM, then we checked out the cute little one-room museum before continuing on. We admired the contrasting architecture of the New York Life building and the Aldred building, ...
... building of the tracks in the first place. I think of traumatised mothers in headscarves being brave for their broods of children, I think of battered travel trunks spilling heirlooms, I think of soldiers obeying edicts of violence. All of this echoes faintly in the stations of today, beneath beams of peaceful sunlight and the buzzing of coffee machines whipping up cappuccinos. It never ceases to amaze me that I live in this age of wifi ...
... a late night walk have pizza and wine to try and bring on some sleep. Next day we met our Canadian friends. Teresa and Glen had prepared a wonderful schedule of things to do over the next six days in and around Montreal. We had a good look around the old town and dined at a quality restaurant taking advantage of a three course fixed price menu.Bison steak for Graham was something different but very tender and tasty. Next day we checked ...
... I was somewhat prepared and had an unsigned (they require it to be signed) email from Tom stating his consent. I fumbled around for so long trying to locate it amongst my other pieces of folded paper that eventually the customs officer said "that's fine, as long as you carry it with you at all times." Phew, we made it. All of that took over an hour and the children were getting hungry...they had been awake for over two hours ...