La Tour Belvedere
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... bed the next morning. Don't think we could live here, apart from the cold, the French thing is driving us insane! One has to wonder if these people are delusional. Hello, they are living in Canada in North America which last time we looked was an English speaking country.
Pics of our view from our place at Levis. Quebec by night. Crossing the Quebec bridge yesterday, with a view of the Pierre Laporte bridge.
... slow or tailgating. During our drive we are getting glimpses of Lake Ontario. Big mistake deciding to overnight in Toronto. Population $2.6 million. Description - it's not Montreal. We should have stayed at some small town on the lake - that would have been cheaper, easier and prettier. Our hotel is huge and busy and not pretty. Parking cost $48. Oh what a shock after 5 stars at Montreal. I needed 2 glasses of wine to recover from the horror. I knew it would be ...
... views over Old Montreal and the surrounding port and islands but we decided to give it a miss due to the low lying cloud. I turned back as we began to re-enter the Old town on our way to Marche Bonsecours on our left we spotted the outstanding Chapelle Notre Dame de Bonsecours on our right immediately opposite the Marche. The Chapelle is known in english as the Sailors Church and it got this name because sailors use to leave behind lamps in the shape of ships in thanksgiving ...
... Larry was on vocals/guitar next to his brother with bright green strings on bass. The quality of musicians at this festival can only be described as incredible - you just don't get this kind of talent in Perth.
The night sessions headlined Fiest who managed to draw the biggest crowd for a free outdoor venue that I have ever seen. She was an incredible performer but her musical styles were not really to my taste. It was hard to get into the show ...
On we go! Waking up tired everyone dragged themselves to go get dressed and pack our bags. At 7:30 we all walked upstairs to go sit down and have our last breakfast in the host house; croissant, Nutella and cereal. At 7:55 we grabbed our bags and left the house to go to the bus. On the bus we drove to an Native American (Huron Wendat) reserve. At the reserve we got a nice ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center