Quality Hotel Montreal East / Olympic Parc
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... the port and ending up in old Montreal. There are still many buildings with the original French architecture. Most of them are in the older parts of Montreal, it makes these areas quite distinctive from other parts of the city it also helps that all the street signs in Old Montreal are a red colour while the New Montreal signs are white. There is also an exact replica of St Peters Basilica, only it is 1/3 of the size. During the walk ...
... early history of Montreal and Canada.
Called into a nice little restaurant for a bowl of coffee and shared a warm apple turnover. Not too many photos today, as it is too cold to take off my gloves and stand still for the 3 seconds necessary to focus.
We spent so much time at the museum, it was time to go home. We annoyed the commuters (and me) by running for, ...
... up with top 40 or 'nostalgia'...I am a bit upset that I recognise a lot of the nostalgia music!! We arrived in Montreal in good time and in one piece and get ready for the Josh Groban concert. Its at Centre Bell, a 5 minute walk from where we are staying. Its pretty amazing as on Sunday night they held this concert and on Tuesday night, we watched an ice hockey match in the same place. Josh Groban was excellent. The tickets ...
... salad and herbed frites with a pale ale and a wheat beer. It was a nice ending to our enjoyable stay in Montreal.
The following morning we had pre booked a free walking tour however it was pouring with rain and we had to make it about 10 kms across town by 10 am. We made a call that we weren't going to make it and cancelled, instead using our time to pack up before our bus ride to Quebec City. We hadn't pre booked our tickets for the bus, under instruction of ...
... I'll supplement with shorts, sweatpants and/or a skirt, depending on the destination.
- Shoes. Depending on the type of trip, I'll pack either three or four pairs. That's a lot, by backpacking standards, but I usually wear the bulkiest ones on the plane (the hiking shoes) and the others pack up quite small. Aside from the hiking shoes, I always take a pair of flip-flops for grungy showers or beachwear, and if ...
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