Quality Hotel Downtown Montreal
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... go any remotely far distance from them on. Even so, my Fitbit still got a workout 40,000 steps for Sat and Sunday. We took the Metro on Sunday. No trip to Montreal is complete without a subway ride! Food I ate so much good stuff! My travel buddy is foodie so she didn't want to eat anywhere she didn't research first. Most amazing place was Jean Talon Market. Why did we go after brunch? I still had ribs and ice cream in a cone made in house. I ...
... been and what the weather outlook was. It had snowed before Christmas, but not since, so there was some snow in the parks and on the edges of the highways, but the sidewalks and roads were clear.
We arrived at the hotel within 20 minutes of leaving the airport. Le Westin is in the downtown area and right on the edge of Vieux-Montreal, the old town. We picked it for its proximity to Old Town and the underground city and metro system so that ...
... and before someone snapped it was time to get things sorted.
It was a really cool and blustery day with gusty winds and reported chances of rain in a few hours so we got right to it. Sheree decided we would have a pot roast for dinner and got out the tiny crock pot and filled it with, roast, red potatoes, celery, carrots, mushrooms and seasonings and plugged it in. There’s now nothing to do but wait and get to work. Our new ladder came in handy. ...
... So I will quote from the voucher book like I did for Quebec. Montreal is a cosmopolitan city, it is one of Canada's largest cities, home of Expo '67 and the 1976 Summer Olympics. We traveled down streets to see St. Joseph's Oratory, the lookout at the top of Mount Royal, the old Montreal, Notre Dame Church, the Seminary of St. Sulpice and the surrounding houses and shopping area of Montreal. ...
... groceries and check out the town, then returned to the apartment and crashed out.
The next day we explored more of Montreal and went down to old Montreal in the afternoon to try some ice skating outside in the snow. It was FREEZING!!! But also fun and a great atmosphere. Outdoor lake ice skating is very different to big-banana ice skating. It's all bumpy and lumpy and windy and exciting. Unfortunately we only lasted about half an hour since our ...