Travelodge Hotel Montreal Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... needed the exercise so we walked back via a deli to pick up a Tourtière (local meat pie) for dinner. After another early evening nap, we sat down to eat at 10pm. The pie was a mix of beef and pork mince with a light pastry. It tasted more gamey than you would expect, it was well seasoned but I thought it could do with more sauce/gravy.
After dinner it was time for bed; it was to be an early departure the next morning to discover the delights of Ottawa in an ...
... down and it is too cold to get out and fix it. We stayed in our warm bed and waited until morning. Seemed like a long cold night but we were warm and toasty in our covers. After we were up we tried the furnace again and magically it worked. So it is a mystery why it stopped and got things beeping in the middle of the night.
We had a breakfast of eggs, bacon and hash browns and crumpets. Yes, we found crumpets and they are cheap and yummy toasted ...
... is that people both smoke and eat red meat. Both healthy signs against the "worship health" above all else establishment. Life is about more than trying to live an extra couple of days.
Lunch at the Vieux-Port Steakhouse. Corn chowder was delicious with a heavy cream base. Steak, frites and green beans. Garlic butter on top of the steak. This makes all those miles yesterday seem not so long. Server knew to say that St. Ambrose amber ale is local.
So after almost 24 hours of travel and 2 flights later, I landed in Dubai Monday night. I haven't had this long of a flight time alone in a while and I actually didn't mind traveling solo. I started wishing I had a notebook or laptop as I felt like i kept having epiphanies about independent travel but I think that might have been my fatigue and excitement setting in.
My boyfriend Ryan's aunt and uncle picked me up at the airport - they live here as ...
... and went to meet he others at a bar in town. This is where we realised we weren't really in Canada anymore, it was literally like France. The menus were in French, the language was obviously French, The blokes dressed like poofs, the signs had no English so it had a very European feel. All but Jenny understood the French so we had to ask the waitress to switch it up to English. After 1 beer it was home time as we were all knackered after the ...