Parc Suites Hotel
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... be working you can go see a few touristic sites:)
Bota Bota Spa:
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... idea of what it looks like. Coolest building ever.
We spent the afternoon at Reno Depot again to get some more stuff for the apartment. In the 4 hours we were there, Jenny picked a counter top, bought some cupboards a sink and some other stuff. We picked up some food and headed back to Ottawa. We went to her brothers place when we got back and I watched the hockey with the boys. It was a really exciting game between Ottawa and Montreal, and Montreal won in overtime ...
Leaving Kingston, I arrived in Montreal 3 hours later. I was amazed about the look of the city. The old part looks like a town in France, Belgium or Switzerland. I liked seeing it after almost 14 months not being home but why Europeans come here to work is beyond me. Maybe the payment is better. Well, to be fair Montreal is beautiful. It is a nice mix of Europe and looks ...
... Street from our windows except for 9 police across the street. After a bit security let us leave the building again. Isma turned up early for our French lesson at Rio Tinto just after 5, which was good because I wanted to leave early at 7 anyway. The lesson went fairly well, we did lots of exercises and some vocabulary. After the lesson I escorted Isma downstairs then went to get changed. It was a bit of a mission getting back into the Salvation Army building ...
... We went back to the hotel to chill for a bit. We watched some TV and learned that Nadal lost his match! My tennis idol, Roger Federer, plays on the same day as Nadal. And with Nadal out, Federer most likely would be the featured match of the day and play at night on the day we're suppose to be at the Rogers Cup. We got day tickets. Boo! Still stinging about probably not being able to see my idol, we treked to a nearby grocery store to get water. ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking