Le Petit Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Canada Day events in Ottawa on TV. Raining there too. so no fly-past or anything. Just boring old Harper making a boring old speech. What a dolt. The Governor General would make a better Prime Minister, eh?
Alors, the clouds have parted and the sun beckons us out. We shall try the Thai nearby ( sing together)..
Off to brother Graeme's in Weir (now Montcalm) tomorrow....
As this was low season several of the museums were closed. The town hall was open where you can see the council chambers.
Opposite was Chateau Ramezay. Wiki travel also said this was closed for winter but I was ...
... parliament of the United Canada in 1849, as Montreal's City Hall from 1852 to 1878 and was for a century the city's main public market. It now houses boutiques, restaurants and grand reception halls.
Tho old town's riverbank is called the Old Port. Many area in this area have been renovated and there are now recreational spaces, museums and other attractions. A new urban beach has recently been opened on the Saint Lawrence River. You can't ...
We'd heard a lot before getting to Montreal about a city of gourmands and the high class food we’d find there. Unfortunately this time round we weren’t quite able to stretch to the 5 star cuisine we’d seen on Anthony Bourdain’s 'Quebecois’. However Montreal did keep us well fed.
Since arriving in Canada we’d been eager to find some good poutine and had been left a little underwhelmed by the offering we’d found ...
... way, I was sure. It was time for my last Winnipeg goodbye, the one that was way shorter than we'd originally planned it, and that at one stage I didn't think was going to happen at all. I know we'll keep on contact, and really hope that Jen can get back to Australia one day, because she knows she'll always have a place to stay as long as I've a roof over my head. Thanks again for everything Jen, and think of me and my adventures every time you watch our favourite TV show! ...