Piazza Italia

Address: 1791- 1 Principale Street, Sainte-Julie, Quebec, J3E 1W7, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1791- 1 Principale Street, Sainte-Julie.
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Travel Blogs from Sainte-Julie

July 17th - Old Montreal

A travel blog entry by mazk on Jul 17, 2015

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... both French and English. You
could tell he was making jokes in French that he didn't translate
properly into English as they were slightly at the English peoples
expensive but he was fairly funny. Half the crowd was English so he
wasn't too insulting since he wanted tips at the end.

The metro ride back was a little more
crowded but we planned to be back on the train and on our way before
rush hour hit so it ...

Visas, visas, visas

A travel blog entry by segacs on Jul 16, 2015

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... like most governments who do things in the name of preventing terrorism) really seems to be more about asserting its power. And because China does pretty much whatever it wants while the world tries very hard not to say anything, suffice to say that Xinjiang is a touchy subject.

Now, unlike Tibet, Xinjiang can be freely visited by anyone with a Chinese ...

First days at the other side of the ocean

A travel blog entry by anouk03 on Jan 05, 2015

2 comments, 2 photos

... like the middle of the night, although it was only 5pm there. Getting through customs was easy and I got my first stamp in my brand new passport, which makes me feel like a really traveller - jippie! For the people who don't know, I had never been outside of Europe before, so this day was a whole day of brand new experiences (an intercontinental flight in a Boeing 747, getting a stamp in my passport and getting the actual passport itself a couple ...

Canada/NE Cruise Oct 1-12

A travel blog entry by prestonstrips on Oct 01, 2014

... explosion, his grandmother blinded, his mother had been just a baby. This explosion leveled the town. Leaving many dead, injured and homeless. It was the mayor of Boston and governor of Massachusetts who rushed trainloads of medical personnel and supplies to Halifax. To this day Halifax sends a beautiful Christmas tree for downtown Boston to thank them for their relief efforts. The French Citadel and Public Gardens were 2 interesting places we visited in the city.


A travel blog entry by bigfoot_travels on Jul 01, 2014

2 comments, 21 photos

... wise we have had no problem with our minimum French of bonjour & merci!! Nearly everyone we meet in the service industries speaks English. When the phone menu for our next campground in Quebec was only in French I asked the lady of the campground we were at to translate she was more than happy to help - made up for our miserable campground man in 1000 Islands!!