Le Nouvel Hotel & Spa
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- High-speed internet in room
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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And we're off again! Next stop Montreal and home of the Canadian Grand Prix track. This world wind trip is leaving little time for rest and recuperation but we are certainly getting to see many different places and sights. Even coming out of Montreal, we could see some lovely waterfalls from the express way and the scenery is generally very nice as …
... bed. I have learned that Canadians are not well known for the whiskey with good reason, and that the maple whiskey is really sugar water with a little alcohol thrown in so they can mark up the price. Happily, maple everything is everywhere, as one would expect. But then again, so is the Poutine...
Unhappily, my mom's camera is probably broken, so I don't have the best pictures. Hopefully, my Samsung's camera will get the job done!
... that I had felt isolated. Whatever it was, however, did not last long as by morning I remembered I was in New York and had plenty of exploring to do. It also helped that the sun was out and it was warm, have I mentioned what a bad winter Newfoundland had this year?
Anyway, I quickly found the way out of my rut and got out exploring the city. I spent the saturday exploring Central Park, Madison Square Garden and enjoying the view from the top of the ...
... Notre Dame is the St Sulpice seminary which is the oldest building still standing in Montreal. It dates from 1684. Later in the day we visited Place d'Armes shopping place which is part of the underground shopping centres that are linked by the subway so people don't have to go out in the Canadian winter. We'll explore this complex further. For tea we walked back down Rue Saint Paul, part of which is a mall, until we chose a ...
... We were about 5 blocks from it at Old Montreal, so remembering how easy it is to walk 5 blocks in Manhattan, we set off. The blocks are bigger in Canada. The street we were after was called Rue St Denis (pronounced "Denee"). We eventually found it - by this time I was getting starving, We walked along it for quite a while and it went from boring to seedy. Lots and lots of eating places but most were closed. I'm thinking perhaps it's like Darlinghurst in Sydney - seedy ...