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 …
... the building. At the top was an amazing view of the city, you could see for miles. By this time we were all pretty knackered, and my feet and hips were really sore, so we headed back on the metro to find dinner. We went to a cafe in the theatre district where I had possible the best steak I've ever had, it was absolutely delicious. Really fabulous. After that, we headed back to the hotel to pack and go to bed before travelling to Niagara Falls the next day.
... afternoon getting ready for the trip and I also fix Emily's bike which had a broken axle. At 5:30 we pick up two other people at a metro station as part a ride share organization and make our way to St Felicien where Emily grew up. We arrive at Emily's parents house at ...
... then to bed about midnight for a much-needed sleep.
Woke up after a good night’s sleep to a lovely sunny day,
but when we went outside found it was
-20C. Took Ollie to kindy in the morning, Murray
driving as Adam is no longer allowed to drive on his Australian licence, and is
waiting to sit for his local licence. An instant introduction to winter driving
on the right hand ...
... Montreal traffic – just to go a few miles it took over an hour as a limousine caught on fire and burnt to a crisp. Very frustrating as I was meeting someone. Finally, and hour and a half late, I picked up Emanuel at his hotel. We then took his car – much more economical and smaller, to drive back to the campground to pick up Pooja. Then it was back to Montreal to hang out in the English part of town where we ate at a pub – Ye Old Orchard. Pooja was not hungry so just ...