Le St-Martin Hotel and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Two days and three nights in Montreal - saw the Old Port and the Pointe a Calliere Museum and parts of the old town on the first day and the Biodome and more of the city on the second.
The Museum was interesting, built on or close to the site of the very first French settlement, and with below ground remains from those buildings and the ones that followed them on display on the lower ground level, as well ...
... a smaller chapel. This was their "every day" chapel. The tour guide explained that they only use the front Basilica when they are expecting hundreds of people, but for ordinary mass they use the back chapel. It was just as beautiful but very different. It had an amazing sculpture at the front made from Brass representing Jesus, God and the Holy Spirit. It was quite moving. Samuel remarked that the chapel was nothing like our church; our ...
... in total shock - that I am not able to read his notes on the far end side. I am sitting in the second row already and am too blind to see his handwriting?! Oh boy. Good luck in bigger classrooms, honey! You'll have fun, I think to myself with a slight trace of masochism.
My eyes are closing again and I am too tired to focus on the threads the prof is now declaring as 'being alive' and 'having been alive'...
... checked American Football games for cities I'm visiting. It looks like I'll either be able to catch a Chicago Bears or a Washington Redskins game which should be cool. Organisation done I headed out only to bump into a Gay Pride Parade. It wasn't quite as flamboyant as I thought one would be but there were people or all ages, sizes and shapes both in the parade and crowd. After a while here I headed towards the waterfront to walk alongside ...
... altar and worship room and deeper still is a 1st C Roman house. Then off to Tazza D'Oro . . . for some of the best coffee (and perhaps the best location - right next to the Pantheon and decorated with bamboo and gold and mirrors and whatnot) in Rome. We had an espresso and a granita con panna, both of which were out of this world. We ended with some more Aperol Sprizters and another fab dinner at Da Gildo which had become ...