Quality Hotel Montreal East / Olympic Parc
Travel Blogs from Montreal
... see. While we were cruising the highways, the radio was blasting songs such as 'send me on my way' and ‘walk of life’ and it goes without saying that we all took this opportunity to practice our singing skills. The only time the radio had to be turned down was when we crossed the border. Passports were strictly checked and after a short interrogation about the purpose of our trip and where we would be staying in Canada we were good to go.
When we ...
... br> We really enjoyed cycling around the track. Having watched a few F1 races and played a few F1 racing games I was familiar with the circuit. It was a little strange to have unfettered access to an F1 track and we spent some time having a little picnic on the grass area in between the pit straight and the exit to the pit lane. We cycled around the track twice and we took lots of photos so see the pictures below for more.
We have been very lucky ...
In comparison to Quebec City, Montreal is a much bigger city and although predominantly French speaking, many more people speak English.
The highlight of our time in Montreal was taking a guided bike tour rather than a bus tour. We were lucky enough to be the only two people on the tour so we ended up with the tour guide all to ourselves which was a real treat. The tour took us around Le Vieux Port (the old port) which had some lovely views over the St Lawrence River. ...
... to set that straight and though I had difficulty remembering them all, it brought a greater appreciation of the individuality of the works and the unique context in which they were created. I have come to the conclusion that I like baroque art described helpfully by the museum:
"Though dramatic gestures audacious and dramatic composition, the art and architecture of the Baroque period were designed to transport and profoundly move the viewer. The term ...
... is. Remember the story of the Arabian Nights, where the genie flies on a prayer sized rug? Well imagine it made of plastic, so that when you are in the snow or sand you slide much faster!)
When the got to the bottom of the hill. The walked straight back up for another go!!
The view of St Joseph Oratory against the sun with the skaters in the back ground gave a peaceful feeling to the whole scene
Next to Beaver lake ( which is under ...
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