Le Petit Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
TripAdvisor Reviews Le Petit Hotel Montreal
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... staying, and why Montreal and which sights we planned on seeing and if we had been in Canada before, and where our Canada stamp was in our passport if we had been there before, and if we had been to Russia and why. At first I thought he was making small talk by asking all the questions, but then realized that he was trying to catch an inconsistency in what we were saying and probe us on why we were really coming to Canada. Driving over the border ...
... We decided to also try the smoked meat that every restaurant in the area also advertised and so we split a sandwich and an order of poutine. For those that do not know what poutine is, it is french fries, cheese curds and hot brown gravy. It was delicious. We tried it before years ago at an A&W (we were sure it was one of the gourmet poutine restaurants) and weren't impressed. This was so much better. The cheese curd was different than the stuff we ...
... are made incredibly happy with simple things such as hot food, a shower, a dry place to sleep and invigorating conversation.
Big massive crepe at Paris Crepe. Had to walk around a little bit to refind this spot. Needing to refuel. Easily could have eaten two dinners tonight. Forgot how much I had to find a strong wind out of the southwest for much of the way across Quebec.
782 miles from Dalhousie to McGill. Left one world and reentered ...
As expected I woke to a nice hangover which meant that once again I wasn't going to be doing much today. However housework called so we had some stuff to do around the place. It was a big day for Canada today at the winter Olympics with them playing the usa in the hockey semi finals. The tradie wanted to watch the ...
... go to the top of Mont Royal for the view over Montreal. We're probably going to stay in Montreal for a couple more days due to the snow storm rather than head to Quebec. I'm a bit disappointed but the roads are pretty shocking looking at the moment plus we haven't dug out our car yet - great job for the boys in the morning. Montreal's a nice city with some rather nice boulangerie, delicious bagels and excellent public transport (the Metro is ...