Parc Suites Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... No points are won today, no places on the starting grid decided, but it is an opportunity to see the cars running and sometimes practice can throw up a few exciting moments (usually crashes!). The journey to the track was simple enough. The underground station is only a block and a half from our studio. Two changes and about twenty minutes later we are on the island that is home to the Gilles Villeneuve circuit. The circuit has quite a unique position, on an island ...
... to one of the other
rooms that there was someone else in the apartment. A visitor perhaps? No one emerged so I went back to our assigned
room and waited for Andrew to come back. I waited.
Andrew and Jean came back. Jean ushered us straight back into our room,
and told us that he would be sleeping in but we should wake him up and he would
tell us everything we need to know about sightseeing around town. We wouldn’t need to go ...
Montreal is a very interesting city. It has a long history as a city of vice, partying and entertainment, a reputation that is still strong today. The city is a mix of two major nationalities, British and French. For many years the city was divided, with the northern part being solely French speaking Canadians and the south part being solely English speaking Canadians.
Today, although the parts are more mixed and people of both languages live in ...
... and ate my cinamon and raisin bagel from yesterday which was great! After a 25 minute walk I arrived at the house where I'm staying for the next week which I found through couch surfing. It's so nice here! A house of 4 French girls, 3 her studying and 1 on a visa, very central, clean, and I have my own bedroom?! So exciting! Spoke with Sarah on skype for half an hour which was nice, then went for a run by the river and around the local area ...
Nothing quite like a smoked meat sandwich in Montreal....good to be back on Canadian soil! The flight arrived on time at noon but unfortunately the customs took an interest in our bone artifacts we were bringing home so we were sent off to the side room to let them have a look at the small aboriginal bone art we bought in Sydney and the lovely antique opium pipes made from ...