Novotel Montreal Aeroport
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This morning we were up early, 6.00am. Our earliest day. We caught a taxi to Penn Station and then caught our Amtrak train, Adirondack. New York to Montreal! The Adirondack is one of the top 10 scenic train rides in the World. It is a 601 km trip. We departed New York on time at 8.15am. The train travels along the Hudson River. Once out of New York …
... places to eat, at $22 per night for shared it was cheap but not that cheap, not cheap enough to excuse the general chaos.
We arrived before check in around 3pm to drop our bags and were greeted by dear old Dean the proprietor, and his large Alsatian dog, Angel. Dean greeted us by explaining that he had been up for 36 hrs and this was why he looked like a troll, the likeness was not too far from the truth, although I didn't know trolls wore ...
... me to Montreal had been the best that they could do to accommodate that wish. I was booked on a flight for Thursday morning, the 9th, to Winnipeg. This would mean I'd have to again try and change the West Jet flight, leaving today at 8:45pm, and the Fairmont booking in Vancouver. I took the printout, got my stuff together, and went to find something to eat, as it was now midday and I hadn't eaten anything significant since the day before. Nothing in New York had been open, ...
... And later when my thighs got too cold I went into souvenir shops to "look around" as my body defrosted. Note to self: yes the house is warm but you still need your thermal pants! The next day I went to their science museum. Pretty interesting. Check out the pic of me on the unicycle :) It's a "few" meters above the ground and you ride on the tight rope. But it's pretty safe. Something to do with physics and the 200 kg weight counter-balancing you. Another cool one was ...
... and filling. We could certainly see where Schwartz's had obtained their reputation and popularity. Upon finishing these tasty delights we stuck our shoes on and headed out apprehensive about Rish's surprise. We begun walking through the downtown area of Montreal for about 10 minutes chatting and not sure of where we were heading. Slowly but surely we noticed there were a few more people milling about in hockey tops, well more specifically Montreal Canadiens shirts. ...