Quality Hotel Dorval Aeroport
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Day 1: its another long drive day today. As we leave sunny Tadoussac we are on the road again for about 7 hours.
Today was a bit of a non event given we spent most of it driving. Once we got to downtown Montreal we found our new home easily enough. However, on opening the door we were welcomed with the stench of cigarette smell. My first act was to get on the wifi to email our host. Unfortunately he tells us that the apartment is advertised as "smoking allowed" ...
... t be sleeping. Truthfully, I was a bit afraid to, I had a waking nightmare that I'd miss my flight if I did. I set my iPad alarm just in case. At around 3:30 am, I headed down to baggage drop again. The 6:25am flight to Montreal now read cancelled....I won't repeat what my response was to that news, let's just say I asked forgiveness for it later. There was nothing to do but stand in line, again, first this time at least, and wait until someone showed up to process ...
... I stepped off the plane into muggy 28-degree heat and humidity. It was not an entirely pleasant feeling. My hair, which had been more or less behaving itself all trip, started to frizz up. And my eyes started to water almost immediately. Oh, hello allergies, I haven't missed you.
But the good news is, I've returned to summer. Which means festivals, events, barbecues in the park, long nights where it doesn't ...
... than the regular ones. Given the warm weather, they were still demolished in just over an hour and we went back for one more like the cheap drunks we are.
Needless to say, we had a lazy morning before our brains kicked back into gear. With one more full day, we settled on checking out the Botanic Gardens across the road from Olympic Park. The gardens are one of the biggest in the world with an insectorium, bonsai trees, Chinese and Japanese gardens. We spent most of the ...
... rainstorm, the ground proved to be a lot wet, and we were lucky some nearby concession stand were willing to part with empty boxes, or we might've been having a blanket-in-the-mud-puddle kind of picnic!
We chose our spot in front of Grandstand number 33, in a large grassy area, with excellent views of the Pirelli corner, a giant videoscreen and a while lot of tracker ...