Parc Suites Hotel
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... long time, but I really wanted to see the rest of the island. It was lovely strolling around. We had views back across to Montreal city, we found a lookout tower high up on a hill, and we discovered weird monuments that I am assuming/hoping had some 1960's Olympic significance. Otherwise they are just weird. At three o'clock after another play at the park, we caught the metro back. We needed to go to the supermarket which unfortunately ...
... of the inside of the church. Like most European influenced basilicas it was stunning on the inside. The photos do not do it justice. Venturing back out into the snowy weather was a journey. We trekked down the streets, wandering in and out of the quaint shops. Taking our time browsing and soaking up the warmth, Linda, my travel buddy, managed to make friends ...
... the phone. He decided to walk down to their office at Place d'Armes, but it was closed. He text me and I mentioned the office I knew about on René-Lévesque Boulevard.
Dylan went looking for this office which I directed him to. He passed Saint Patrick's Basilica on the way around 4pm. Saint Patrick's Basilica is a Roman Catholic minor basilica on René-Lévesque Boulevard. The church is known for its historic links to the Irish Canadian ...
Melody and Peter's new home (they moved earlier this month) backs on to a huge network of bike trails and Nadine could not resist going out jogging this morning. Everyone was a bit later getting up today and, by the time we had finished eating breakfast and packin up, it was 10.45 am before we were on our way.
Knowing that we only had one or two days in Montreal, we decided to treat ourselves to a bed ...
... come to realise that there are separate neighbourhoods where French and English speaking people tend to live. And in fact everybody comes into the city centre during the day and goes back to their separate neighbourhoods at night time. I don't think this is an intolerance, it's simply just the way it is. And it's easier too, a person who's mother tongue is French doesn't want their local hairdresser, butcher, baker or whatever to only speak English. ...