Les Studios Hotel
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- 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 …
... a small garage for petrol, comfort stop and coffee. Wes was surprised by the taste of the coffee which was made with a pod in a machine. Washroom was equipped with an Australian style toilet with the water coming in form around the rim. Most toilets we come across as almost like plane ones which seem to suck the bowl contents out with force then fill up the bowl with water. Often the flushing mechanism is motion senor detected so it may ...
... us through the firework display staging area. This is an inconvenience, but we pushed to get them to accommodate us and now most of the security workers know what we need when we approach them. We enjoyed the environment museum at the Jean-Drapeau Park on the island which had some very good high level exhibits. Mick had a conversation with ...
... 1 in the afternoon and we were finally ready to start our road trip home. After a quick and essential stop at Walmart, where everyone spent their last Canadian dollars on chocolate, maple syrup, cd’s and random Walmart stuff, we headed back to BC. This side of the border was a lot stricter; Americans are clearly very careful and thorough when it comes to letting people into their country. Both our passports and our I-20 visas were checked and we were ...
... up with excellent views of the chutes and gorge. It was a perfect length to stretch out our legs and enjoy the stunning landscape!
After the stop, we were back on the road! We finally made it into Montreal fairly late, which happened to mean that the streets were packed with people out on the town. It was nice to finally get settled in after so much driving, and to be back in town to visit ...