Quality Hotel Downtown Montreal
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... city, until it is now 2 million strong and seemingly very prosperous. The church has clearly been a big influence but although there is a law forbidding the demolishing of churches, many are now being incorporated into other businesses and apartments, still retaining the church facade and structure. The cycle tour, which took 5 hours overall, included a light lunch, and was totally satisfying to us both, and the ideal way to see ...
... York tomorrow morning, leaving at 9.30, arriving about 2.30am on Sunday morning. Not really looking forward to that.
We have enjoyed Montreal, but the cold has restricted our sightseeing, which was to be expected. Terry is happy as he wanted to experience cold weather first hand, and see how ordinary people coped. When we got home about 5.30pm, it was -13 degrees, feels like - 18, and there is snow predicted for tomorrow.
... squeaked' when you bit into it. Apparently this was a sign that the cheese was fresh. It was a better poutine then the one I had last month. We dropped her off back at uni for her to go back to sleep ( she vibered me at 3.45am to let me know that she had set her alarm for 10.30am)!! I drove us to Montreal. Whilst I'm thinking about it, I have a confession to make which will amuse my sister no end. Whilst driving in the ...
... oldest university in Canada. Our main reason for going to the old town area was to visit a small cafe called "Olive et Gourmando" that is known for its tasty lunches. We wanted to do a food tour today as Montreal is known for its eateries, micro breweries and bagels. Our first stop at 'Olive et Gourmando' did not disappoint. It was one of the most delicious paninis we had ever had. The filling included spicy chicken, mango, tomato and avocado. The heat from the flavouring ...
- Enough socks and underwear. My rule of thumb is to pack enough clothes for a week, regardless of the length of the trip, since I can usually manage to do / find laundry every week or so. Outer layers can usually be worn several times before they need a wash, but socks and undies are, obviously, non-negotiable. Pack enough pairs and an extra one or two just in case.
- Jeans. In the pro vs. con debate, ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed