Le Nouvel Hotel & Spa
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Our travel went as smoothly as we could wish. Our flights were on time and our students were well-behaved ( of course!) We made our connection in Winnipeg and got straight on to our flight to Montreal.
In Montreal we were met by our Uniropa tour representative. Everyone's luggage arrived, and after a quick stop at the airport Tim Horton's to feed ravenous teens, we boarded our bus for Quebec ...
... aan het opstapelen is. Ruim op tijd komen we aan in de luchthaven, ik kan vlot inchecken en kan onmiddellijk starten met mijn Frans te oefenen. Nog meer dan een uur voor het boarden begint, we nemen plaats in de Terminal en ik laat Sarah even niet meer los. Dan komt het afscheid: pijnlijk en triest maar we hebben hiervoor gekozen, we kunnen nu niet flauw doen. Die gedachten zijn er wel maar helpen weinig. Michel kijkt me aan en ik zie ...
... hockey game with him as the season didnt start till October. Another hour passed where we reminisced about the tour we all met on two years ago. Rish played his trip photos on his huge Tv and we laughed at the stupid hangover movie references and the boys obsession with Trondheim. A pact was made by the boys for a Trondheim reunion in 2020 ( although only 9 years after it sounded better than 2021) whilst I shook my head in pity. After seeing a thousand photos of waterfalls ...
As the started to fall from the sky I headed out on the town with my new Perth friend Jason in search of a good bit to eat. After constantly switching sides of the street and flipping coins we wound up at le Grillade for some local cuisine. I tried Macaroni with Cheese, sausage and bacon. Jason had a simple burger and claimed it was 'the best burger he had for $8' (forgetting that he still had to include a tip). My ...
... with people running, biking, wandering around on the warm, clear day. We had incredibly clear views of the city skyline and then headed down into 'young people's part of town where we indulged in Canada's most famous meal, poutine. After all the exercise and yummy food, an early evening was in order.
My last day in Montreal found me back in Old Montreal, retracting my steps from the first day just soaking up the atmosphere. I headed over to the Old Port and basked in the sun ...
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