Hotel Ruby Foo's
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- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
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... and I decided to find Old Montreal. After passing through "Chinatown," which was a fairly small neighborhood, we found it. Old Montreal was absolutely breathtaking! There were old buildings made of stone, cobblestone streets, and historic monuments; exactly what you would think to find in an "Old Town."
Montreal is actually a city composed of two large islands in the middle of the Saint Lawrence river, a bunch of smaller islands, and ...
... t even get out the car. We handed over our passports to a guy in a toll booth, who duly stamped them and handed them straight back. I don't know why, but I expected more from Canada at the point of entry. I wasn't expecting Mounties on horseback presenting me with pints of maple syrup, but a simple "Welcome to Canada" sign might have been nice for a photo opportunity. The view from our windscreen had changed from staggering backdrops of peaks and ...
... trip through Megabus rather than Greyhound simply because it was a little cheaper, but after the fiasco of Niagara Falls we had both vowed to never use Greyhound again! And this bus arrived in the half hour before departure slot as expected, let us on and left bang on time! Although we still didn't have accommodation that morning! We had been looking on a really good website airbnb and had been turned down - once because Joe hadn't bothered to make a profile ...
Stop one! Montreal!! A trip wouldn't be complete without losing things and giving your mother a neah attack....... Before leaving Smiths Falls Rail station, William had already lost his wallet with all his ID. Frantically searching bags and suitcases and with mom back-tracking where they had gone, he finally found it in the back of the car... ...
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One of the reasons I chose to visit Montreal at this time was to see an exhibit at the gardens which has not been here for ten years. Mosaicultures Internationales Montreal 2013 is an exhibit of an art form, mosaiculture, which is pretty much horticulture on steroids. I was attracted to this juried competition because it's an art form which is sustainable, promotes sustainability to patrons, and simply, is an awe-inspiring art form.
I took many, many ...