Quality Hotel Dorval Aeroport
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Great food, very clean and quiet. Home-like feeling to it.
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Well, I'm all settled in my room in Montreal after a beautiful meal here at the hotel. The flight went really well; I sat next to this really nice girl who was on her way home to Vancouver. We got along well, had a few laughs, talked about our travels and then parted ways once we had arrived in Montreal. I suppose I ought to get use to these quick …
... So different from the USA, where everything is processed. Terry was excited to find a pumpkin. Caught a bus crowded with school children home, and did a little bit of local shopping and exploring until the cold drove us in for the night.
Our flat is on a busy corner. The landlord has a leather goods shop which I'm interested in visiting.
This time last year Heather and I were boarding our cruise ship in Hong ...
... of experience in filming already. The two of us went to high school together and I actually made my first film with him. He was happy to help me with the project this time around in South America. The two of us are leaving together from Montreal.
This promises to be quite an exciting adventure once again and I look forward to sharing many more blog posts, I hope you look forward to reading them too ! ...
... costumes of Cirque. It was spellbinding and enchanting and the sets were amazing. We enjoyed it thoroughly! We had a light dinner on the island, before returning to her apt around 9pm. I had invited Sue's friend Karen over for a glass of wine and we had a nice chat, talking mainly about our respective families. The next day was Fete Nationale, aka St. Jean Baptiste Day. Everything was pretty well closed up. Jack and ...
... rivalled our Argentinian steaks, which is saying
something. Adam and Lavinia take Olivia back to the hotel as it’s pretty late,
but we head up to the Plains of Abraham, where most of the festival action
occurs. We buy our “Bonhomme” effigy
($15 each - give access to all the festival sites). Nearly freeze to death in
the process as have to line up and wait, and take our gloves off to get money
out etc, and it’s at least ...