Parc Suites Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in our car with the heater going drafting this blog. We have had a lovely meal within walking
distance of our BnB, however our host doesn’t get home from work until 9:30pm
and the parking situation is so complex that we do not want to leave the car
and risk yet another ticket! It’s not
long now until we can head into our room, hit the hay and put this frustrating
afternoon behind us.
Or could we?! Our instructions ...
... more than English would be so handy. For the first time I said at a place using Air BnB - a level up from couch surfing. It was a massive weekend in Montreal so struggled to find somewhere to say. And that was looking over a month ago! I stayed with a guy called Roger in the Village. He had a great condo in an awesome area and I mastered the Metro pretty quickly. It was all due to Osheaga - a three day music festival. And I was lucky enough to get a ticket. Imagine Falls ...
... enjoyed our time in Montreal and Quebec City and were glad we added onto our itinerary after making the plans to return to Canada for Erin's brothers wedding. It was interesting to be in a country like Canada, with so many similarities to Australia and still be hearing everyone speaking French and see so much French influence around the cities. This was generally a good thing though because it made for more beautiful buildings to discover and delicious eateries to dine at.
... Dianne wakes at the usual 5am, but for the first time
manages to go back to sleep. Find that there has been about two inches of snow
last night. We hadn’t put the car in the
garage, so have to clean the snow off it before we can do the morning
kindy/work run, but with the right equipment, the snow comes off easily.
Spend another day vegging, watching the rest of the 10
episodes of “Girls”, before doing the evening ...
... for his interview, I go out to the pool and have a quick, cooling dip. It's hardly a tranquil spot, filled with families vacationing noisily and businessmen drinking at the bar, but it's a pleasant enough twenty minutes, and soothes the aching feet after pounding the city streets for hours. Just after 5pm, we leave the hotel and walk two blocks to tonight's venue, the Bell Centre. We sneak in the back entrance and are soon met by Zeb, the production manager, ...