Marriott Residence Inn Montreal Airport
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... haunts! Negotiating the small winding streets of Beaconsfield through the forest of Oak trees serves as a fantastic reminder to me of the incredible beauty of this part of Eastern Canada.
After settling in, Angie and Malcolm serve a great salmon dinner that is punctuated with many moments of laughter, more than a few special moments reflecting upon families, travel and - unbelievably - more than 35 years ...
... are all very pleasant with lots of colorful buildings • The roads are very narrow and there are a lot of round abouts. • Street names are optional, but when present, they are small signs on the side of buildings. Yay for GPS! • People in Ireland dine early. Last service at 9pm. • Canadians are very well welcomed with a good reputation. Better say you're Canadian than American! • The Pearson airport in Toronto is definitely the worst airport in the ...
... s deli. On the same street at Patati Patata , we’d opted to visit there first and collect that night’s dinner from Schwartz’s as a takeaway. Possibly the wrong choice as the warm welcome we got from the guys behind the counter at Schwartz’s is probably as friendly as Montreal gets.
Unable to handle two sit down dinners back to back in our salopettes our smoked meat sandwiches were packaged off and taken back to the hostel ...
... Armes originally built at the end of the 17th century and used for parades and military events. In the centre is a statue of Paul de Chomedey the founder of Montreal erected in 1895. Next to the Basilica is the oldest building the “Vieux Seminaire”
erected between 1684 and 1687 by the Messrs of Saint-Sulpice who ran the Notre-Dame parish and were in charge of the island of Montreal for nearly two centuries.
On the north side of ...
... city a nice atmosphere. The people there all walk around drinking Matte and all seemed very happy. In fact, according to our host the country is feeling a nice period of prosperity, the scars from the Dictatorship a few decades ago are finally starting to heal and with rising commodity prices the economy has been running quite well there.
Our Airbnb host took us out to a cultural drumming march that takes place around midnight every Sunday ...