Les Studios Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The Day of Arrival (9-Aug-2014)
This final leg is really fast, it took just a little bit more than 1 hour from gate to gate. Unluckily it is a unfortunate start. I "lost" the poster tube (which I was forced to have it checked in as an oversized luggage...) for my work, the primary reason for me to come here. Anyway, the staff checked the …
... settlement" or "village" from the Iroqouis Indians. When Cartier asked them where he was, they said that they were in the village, the kanata, so the word Canada stuck and now describes the entire country. Montreal was originally called Ville-Marie, or "City of Mary" but in a map Cartier named the steep hill overlooking the river the Monte Real, or the Royal Mountain. Overtime the name stuck and meant the entire city, so to differentiate they called ...
This morning after much debate (aggravation/ tension on Noel's behalf) we managed to get all of our luggage, bikes, wheels etc into the car. Nicole and I had to share just over one seat for the long trip back to Montreal. It took us two and a half hours. My seat was taken up by Nicole's bike case.
We eventually arrived at our friends, Jacynthe and Gilles home. We unpacked the luggage ...
... the free shuttle pulled up and out poured dozens of people to line up before us. Great, we were tired and grumpy and now we had to live up when moments earlier there was no line! I wasn't really sure what we were lining up for!! Then I saw the admission price. I couldn't believe they were charging us to sit around a lame lake. But we were here, and I had talked it up the whole walk, I couldn't really back down now...even though it was going ...
... At the top of the range and seriously expensive but mouth wateringly good is “Le Filet”. The place is crowded and noisy but every course tastes different to anything I have ever had before. Booking is essential and make sure your credit card won’t go over the limit! Another ************ but excellent for a long lunch is the seafood platter at le Pois Penche on 1230 Maisonneuve. $90 for a huge platter of crab, lobster, oysters, clams, ...