Hotel Zero 1
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So just how far is Montreal from Toronto?
It is a place that has long been on my list of places to go. I do not even have
a valid reason for why it has been a desire of mine either. Perhaps it is the
romance of a French speaking province within an English speaking country, or an
old town that makes …
... Samuel especially enjoyed a green mango, something we have never had before. Adalia in the ergo loved anything she could spill onto my white T-shirt! We bought some fruit (my French really came in handy here) and I tried to work out what to do next. I decided that since we were here, and since I am never ever returning we should take a little walk around. I led Samuel reluctantly along with the promise of a park. I had seen from street level a really tall church, so ...
... shopping and eating.
Finally, it was time to say 'au revoir' to Quebec City and board our bus for the three-hour ride back to Montreal.
We checked into the Hyatt Regency hotel, then walked through some of Old Montreal for our dinner at the Vieux-Port Steakhouse. On our return walk, we had a chance to view a bit more of Old Montreal , as well as some of Montreal's extensive underground shopping and walkway system.
... and we walked, Thank goodness for the flat boots. It was 8 degrees. Today's outfit - black jeans, new chambray shirt from yesterday's bargain shopping, cream cashmere sweater, cashmere pashmina, new socks from yesterday's bargain shopping, usual boots, purple trench, Ray Ban sunglasses, silver dangly earrings. There is just no point wearing necklaces - your neck is covered with your cashmere pashmina. I'm also going to stop wearing dangly earrings - they get ...
... building but rather a venue of historical importance. Charles De Gaulle stood on the balcony of this very building and cried the profound words ' Vive le Quebec libres' to the crowd below. This phrase, long live a free Quebec' fuelled the fire of Quebecois (or as I refer to them Quebecians..cause I didnt know better until now) separatism and strained relations with Ottawa ever since. We finished our time in Old Town Montreal by visiting a few impressive and ...