Le Petit Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... we were given a shot of Canadian Maple Syrup which was so delicious, I stood there for five minutes working out if it would be plausible to buy some and then carry it around with me. I eventually decided that it probably wasn't. We then tried Ice Cider, which is essentially made in Canada in the winter in cold conditions. The result is more an aperitif than a drink; 12% and extremely flavoursome, you certainly would not want a pint of it. I had a similar discussion with ...
Another fine, sunny day, with the temperature at -17, feels like -23, when we left home around 11am. Crackling nostrils again. Had to buy another 3 day bus/train pass for $18, and we certainly get value from these cards. There is snow in the parks, but it has been cleared off the main roads, so it is easy to get about. The locals are undeterred by the cold, but we tourists can't stay out much longer than 10 minutes. Waiting for the bus can make us chilled to the bone. ...
... Armes originally built at the end of the 17th century and used for parades and military events. In the centre is a statue of Paul de Chomedey the founder of Montreal erected in 1895. Next to the Basilica is the oldest building the “Vieux Seminaire”
erected between 1684 and 1687 by the Messrs of Saint-Sulpice who ran the Notre-Dame parish and were in charge of the island of Montreal for nearly two centuries.
On the north side of ...
... out the windows. We remarked how all custom houses seem to have the same distinguishable building structure or design...have you ever noticed that? Anyway we managed to order our coffees in our broken French because the lovely girl at the counter quickly reverted to English, probably more for her sake than ours Im sure. After our short rest we took off again outside. We decided to ditch our walking tour and instead just explore ...freestyle. We figured we could refer to the book ...
... to adapt for us to life in South America. Although we spoke hardly any Portuguese, simply using a Google translate app on my phone we were able to effectively communicate with the locals and learn more about the culture. Given that Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina are each culturally unique in their own way here is a summary of my reflections on each of the countries:
Brazil Almost 80% of the trip was spent in Brazil, which allowed us to ...