Travelodge Hotel Montreal Airport
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... I popped out to discover said rock-sports bar. If you sit and write in a busy place, it is a universal sign to others to jog on and leave you alone. For only truly hardcore writers write when there is a heady, very French combination of music, sports and wine going on. But I must keep my head in order to finish a bit of a work and successfully avoid karaoke tonight. It's not bedtime yet. And yes, in case you're wondering, I sort of love it already here. But I don't rush into these ...
... s a little table that comes out of the armrest and garbage bags at every seat. A staff member brings the food and drinks trolley down the aisle and serves you stuff that's actually a reasonable price. As with all Canadians, the staff are both extremely helpful and unnecessarily apologetic:
Me: Can I have a hot chocolate please?
Via Rail Man (VRM): I'm so sorry, I've run out of hot chocolate.
Me: Ok, I'll have a coffee instead ...
But like in any relationship based on love, we duke it out. We let that love fuel our commitment to soldiering through the muck. We take our lumps and carry on, in sickness and in health. We (usually) admit when we’re wrong. And in the end, we always find our way back to each other.
Since Mr. Rub-My-Feet continues to elude me and I don’t/won’t have kids of my own, I’ve made my life about racking up as many ...
... photos and kept walking. By now I was getting tired, so I headed towards the main road and jumped on a bus back to town. It took me to the train so I took it back to the stop near the hotel. Back at the hotel I had some food and started to repack my bag. Then decided I would go for a walk to see where the airport bus leave from. It's just around the corner. Awesome. I kept walking for a bit. Wandered the shops. Then went back and finished ...
... much like this. There are a couple of little "uber cool" niches called 'mile end' and 'plateau' though so we decided to wander up through the 'mile end' area and have a look at some of the coffee shops and tree lined neighbourhood streets. It was a really pretty area, somewhere you could easily live.
After our 'mile end' exploration we walked to downtown Montreal. We wandered along the main drag Rue Saint Catherine. It was strange being somewhere that ...