Hostellerie Les Trois Tilleuls
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- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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Leisurely morning - we needed it! Sat eating breakfast, chatting to Maggie and Brian, and then when Herci arrived we extended breakfast further. Took both cars to old part of Montreal and wandered around - very interesting and a warm sunny day. Brian was an excellent Tour Guide. Lunch was very very fresh bagels which Maggie and I bought from a bagel bakery round the corner, open 24 hours! After that Maggie, G and G and ...
... Montreal, called Ville Marie. During the week I was there I have seen most central districts like China town, Centre Ville, Little Italy, Latin Quartier, Quartier des spectacles, Le Village and Le Plateau Mont Royal.
Nevertheless I had three highlights besides meeting Maude and the first was visiting Marche Jean-Talon in Petite Italie. This market has all the fruit, veg and flowers you can think of. But also other ...
On Tuesday, we started off by purchasing a three day metro pass. We took the metro to a touristy area called Olympic Park. Olympic Park is home to the Olympic Stadium, where Canada hosted the 1976 summer Olympics. French Canadians pretty much hate the whole idea of the stadium; it was ridiculously expensive and wasn't finished at the start of the Olympics. We enjoyed ourselves, though.
We rode the to the top of the tower on the funicular (our second ...
... still recall the shocked look on the faces of our children as they slid under the table from embarrassment. I can do a really good impersonation of Sioux singing the entire version of Gigi the Musical too, but I've heard it enough times I should be able to. Back to the toilets, or transportable cess pools at the far side of the muddy car park. It's amazing what you can put up with when things are desperate. Enough about that, we're still trying to erase that from ...
... with the bombarding of British forces and was not rebuilt until the early 60s. The rebuilding of that area was so well done, I thought I was in an old European city from the 1700s.
> We left Quebec city on October 5, this was called a day at sea, but we were really sailing on the St. Lawrence River. It was a cold rainy day perfect for staying inside and enjoying the many interesting activities on the ship. October 6 found us in the city of ...