La Tour Belvedere
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... world and so we spent the evening chatting about the
world and different places we had seen and been to.
a good long evening chat I finally headed back to my compartment where I found
it had been made up by the porter for the night.
have travelled on many overnight trains in my life and every one of them is a
different experience. Some rock you to sleep, others the noise from the wheels
kind of make one sleep but as this one goes ...
... to Place Jacques Cartier and
entered the Hotel de Ville, where Chales de Gaulle had once made a
revolutionary cry to the people below for the independence of Quebec.
Here you can just walk around the lobby area ad see the 'city hall',
which looks more like a court house. Then I enjoyed seeing a beautiful
garden with fragrant smells. This place is attached to a museum of
the early history of Montreal. According to Lonely Planet, ...
... to anyone else on this bus, the act of me removing it, is not going to kill anyone.
I walked to the apartment just up the hill, settled in and looked for something to do to keep me entertained. I jumped on couch surfing and found a language program in town called Mundo lingo. It's a really cool idea. When you get to the front you get stickers for the languages you speak and arrange them ...
Kate and I have just spent our last of six nights in Montréal. It was hard to get Kate to take to it; she was missing her beloved Charlottetown and she kept muttering about French people in Canada being unnatural. After a time however, I think she came to like it. Especially after I took her to the Jardin Botanique.
Kate has a point. Montréal is the biggest city we have been to thus far. In fact, I read that it is Canada's second largest city, so it was a bit of a leap ...
... early history of Montreal and Canada.
Called into a nice little restaurant for a bowl of coffee and shared a warm apple turnover. Not too many photos today, as it is too cold to take off my gloves and stand still for the 3 seconds necessary to focus. We spent so much time at the museum, it was time to go home. We annoyed the commuters (and me) by running for, ...