Parc Suites Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... down and it is too cold to get out and fix it. We stayed in our warm bed and waited until morning. Seemed like a long cold night but we were warm and toasty in our covers. After we were up we tried the furnace again and magically it worked. So it is a mystery why it stopped and got things beeping in the middle of the night.
We had a breakfast of eggs, bacon and hash browns and crumpets. Yes, we found crumpets and they are cheap and yummy toasted ...
... there. I was right. That evening I spoke to loads of people, but met some absolutely wicked people from New York/Florida, that evening we then proceeded to a pub where we had a few more drinks. The thing is, most of the clubs/pubs in Montreal shut at 3am, so after hitting up every we could, we decided we would walk back to the hostel, not only did we dance around a pizza shop on route back but we also decided to jump into a fountain - which was stupidly fun! ...
... or not. It's still a bit nerve racking for both sides as most of the time the owner lives there too so you are sharing the apartment. We met the lady who lived at the apartment we were staying at, Joelle, and her cat, Kitty (*not actual cat name but what we called the car during our stay). Jo had one house rule, don't let Kitty out of the house. This proved difficult as literally at every opportunity Kitty was plotting her escape. The cat was also determined to ...
... beds are extremely comfortable. The frames of the bed are made of ice, transparent and light is added.. The mattresses are thick and comfy. Everyone gets a sleeping bag good for -40C temperature.
When you go to bed you crawl into your sleeping back with your clothes. Once inside your body heat will bring the temperature up of the sleeping back. In order not to sweat at night, you must remove your clothes in the sleeping bag.( ...
... to introduce herself to the locals by walking into a passing jogger and got shouted at, but apart from that it was an uneventful walk until we reached the lake. The lake had loads of groups of ducklings and was absolutely packed with goldfish, so we threw bagels (which were handily all over the floor) for them to eat. As we were hanging around, we saw dogs everywhere.... One lady had been jogging with her pug and dropped the lead without realising, so he was ...