Le Nouvel Hotel & Spa
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Hello everyone. Did you think this blog was over? I certainly did for a while but, to the disappointment of some, it’s not that easy to get rid of me. Up until just over a month ago, I had been living in St. John’s. Living being the key word- unless you wanted an update on my fortnightly food shop or the different classes I attended or the several times I slipped in the snow on the way to Marie’s convenience store there was little point in updating. ...
... Plateau. The plateau is a really cool suburb with heaps of huge street art murals, we went to a place called the Trash Bar that actually had a skate bowl instead of a
dance floor. I am not sure how many injuries happen in there when you combine drinking and skating but it was a cool place to spectate anyway.
The park in the plateau had free live music on the Sunday which provided a solid people watching session. We visited the Bio dome which ...
... one has told me about. I'm always suspect of too much hype, and often find hidden treasures in places I visit. Sometimes it's because city residents are so used to living near a landmark, their perspective becomes too familiar. Or tourist information centers tend to direct tourists to a certain area of a city, to the "main attractions". Since I prefer quieter areas and cultural and historical landmarks, off the beaten path I often stumble upon interesting, if ...
... the street from Santa Ana airport). I am going to check with customer service upon landing to see if they will compensate us with vouchers for the shuttle since we were redirected to another airport away from our optimal destination. All this being said, I am sure the rest of our "Wild, Wild West" adventure will be more positive and less stressful. We have decided never to fly via Montreal again. It is a very disorganized airport filled with what seems to be very disgruntled ...
... I bought Zach a globe ball in the gift shop and he played with it in the square in the heat for about 20 minutes before resting and asking for an ice cream. We caved. We walked down about 250 stairs which most people were walking up for exercise and ended up at McGill University (Canada’s Harvard) near the city centre, good exercise.
We headed over to the Jazz Festival again only this time I was much better prepared with bathers, towel, and a change ...
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