Le Westin Montreal
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... of the
roadhouses, however just unique enough to be palatable.
Strolling the streets of old town looking
for a place to dine was quite enjoyable, with our only criteria for selection
being cosy and quiet. With a genuinely new old atmosphere*, we dinned on a
lovely meal of duck then sweet tarts for dessert.
Next morning we cruised the city for a
while, soaked up the atmosphere then headed back to Toronto.
Was it ...
... an open cheque book and a mansion to put lots of paintings. It was snowing lightly when I left the hotel, but got a bit heavier. I was taking some photo's of a tower clock and thought if it was snowing just a bit less the photo would be perfect. I started thinking that it is late and I need to get some dinner to realise it was only 5:30pm. It was just so dark. Well it's time to pack up my bags again. It just doesn't get easier. I'm off to Quebec in the ...
... front. My next stop was the Jean-Talon market to get here I had to get in ine train for a few stops then change lines for about 6 more stops. Then it was just a few block walk to the market. Here I went to the crepe place had had a spinach, ham and cheese crepe. It was yummy. After lunch I walked the market. It was mainly fresh fruit and veggie stalls. I got some grapes and a few plums for $5 I got the train out towards Mont Royal I ...
Well, that's it, folks. I'm back on this side of the Atlantic, back in home sweet home Montreal. I arrived after a pretty painless flight from Amsterdam, on which I managed to doze a bit more, though I was still exhausted from the travel and in desperate need of shower and sleep.
One thing's for sure: Summer is back with a vengeance. After a few weeks of freezing cold overnight temperatures requiring tuques and gloves ...
... and read while listening to the second performer, then met Kara at Stuyvesant Plaza. We got some coffee for the road and headed north to Montreal. We reached our motel around 10 pm. Kara was tired from driving so she fell asleep right away.
I had planned to visit some gardens from my Garden Guide to Canada: the Jardins des Floralies on Ile Notre Dame and what I thought was the Biodome on Ile Sainte Helene. The Ile Notre Dame gardens were a ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Westin Montreal
Great location, great staff although the elevator was a bit hard to find.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.