Hotel Ste Catherine
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... of plants. There are 31 specialised segments. Our favourite outdoor gardens were the Chinese Gardens which opened in 1991 as a joint venture between Montreal and Shangai.
They are currently running a special theme at the Chinese Garden called 'The Magic of Lanterns' dedicated to Zheng He. Zheng He was a Muslim from the Yunnan Province. When he was young the Ming Dynasty conquered his Province in 1378 and he was taken to the ...
... what're you gonna do, right? Pick it up and keep on going. That was going to be the prevailing theme for the next long while. Soon after I got there, I found the check in machine, managed to get the stupid thing to accept my credit card payment this time for the bag (you have to pay $25 for your check in luggage), saw my flight scheduled to leave at 6:25am, saw several more that had already been cancelled, and decided to go around to the seating area to kill as much time ...
... on all levels as this is a totally French speaking province. All signs, literature etc is in French.
Ed got a phonecall from his son Adam for his birthday on the 29th Oct, as well as one from Taryn and family, along with tons of well wishes on facebook and email from friends and family in Oz. He was chuffed.
Minus one degrees tonight. Puddles of water outside our Motorhome were iced over when we peeped out of ...
... disapointment Rish took us on a drive past the cities huge Theme Park which is also situated on this island. There must have been at least 5 huge roller coasters and plenty of other rides and amusements. Would have been packed in the warmer few summer months. Back over the lovely large green bridge into town our next destination was Parc Olympique this park was the site of the 1976 Olympics and like with many olympic game s a huge space was used to build facilities ...
... umbrellas) access to which required an entry fee.
There was a marina of expensive yachts, old warehouses, a park, and more historic buildings, then back to Old Montreal. Decided to look for Chinatown for a meal there, on this final evening in Montreal. Chinese restaurants are the same everywhere outside Asia, and I could have been Melbourne instead of Montreal.