Le St-Martin Hotel and Suites
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... airport but the relaxed feel of a much smaller airport.
The lower floor departures lounge is a relaxing area with table lamps and free computer use. Food and drinks are complementary ranging from bottled water and pop, tea and coffee, peanuts and cookies. No this is not a business class lounge but free for everybody in economy ...
I'm at YUL airport. Got here just a tad early- it took me about 15 minutes to go trough security and customs. I'm terrible at this. I always feel completely lost when I go through security, seeing as most of the million times I was on a flight, I was a crew member and didn't have to go through all this ****.... Oh well. At least this time they didn't pat me down :/ The customs agent was really nice. He said I was a very brave girl to travel alone :) ...
... a single pretzel during the 5+ hour flight from L.A. to Montreal.
HOLD IT!!!! That's a lie. You were more than welcome to read their 'menu' and order something to eat at a price - certainly can't afford to give you a muffin when you consider the give-away price of the airplane ticket - NOT!!!!!!!!!
So, the breakfast bagel was truly welcome.
I don't want to give you ...
... and bought some fruits there and left. Then I got into the underground city. I just walked and walked and lost several times. I heard the underground city developed in Montreal because of the cold weather of the city. It looked convenient for Montrealers, but it was a maze for tourists. Incidentally, the underground city is the longest of the world and Toronto's one is the largest of the world. Anyway, I travelled back to Toronto by overnight bus after that and flew back to ...
THERE WAS WIFI EVERYWHERE it was awesome :D, i also checked out the underground city, supposed to be the largest one in CA its complicated, i kept getting lost each time but there is a good eatry and a lot of shops so completly worth it as it was raining outside.
Well i only spent 3 days there and was back to Toronto, to get back to work!
Enjoy the pics