Auberge de la Place Royale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... instead of by way of introduction. However, as this was my first experience blogging, I had no clue as to what would result. So, here it is! About Our Blog: To begin, it may be of interest to some of you to know that I used the iPad app, TravelPod, to develop and post our blog. It seemed to work quite well, except for the poor access to and/or the slow WiFi speeds on our trains and in our hotels, along with some glitches with my trying to ...
... visit the Basilique Notre-Dame but we more than made up for that with the selection of other things we did, and despite its size the city is very easy to get around. We used the Metro, as it serviced all the places we wanted to visit, and it is efficient, clean and easy to use. I suspect it was the Metro that made Kate warm up to the city in the end (although she is still disappointed we went on every line but the blue line). She does so enjoy trains. Even French ones it turns ...
... stirring experience. Though the village's main artery measured but 200 metres end to end, the placid enchantment of this little place touched something inside me that seemed bottomless.
And while Bandipur was remarkable to me, the experience doesn’t stand alone. I’ve had heaps of other unforgettable moments in scores of locations around the globe in recent years. When they arrive I breathe deep of the grace of my surroundings, feeling ...
... even if they did roll their eyes and report the fault as a "user error" which I'm sure most of mine are.). First of all, my iPad wouldn't charge - the battery was down to around 30%. Plugged it in to charge while I had a short luxurious shower and came out to see the percentage had dropped. Remaining outwardly calm I turned it off and decided I perhaps just needed a new charger. Luckily there is an Apple store around the corner. Went in and was greeted by a ...
... island to the church in the present day. After I left the church and was taking a photo of the front a local lady told me about the bank if Montreal building behind me, said that you can go in and they have a museum inside. So I went in. The museum is just a one room thing, but documents the history of the bank and some of the life of Canadian currency. After my time here I walked around the old city and did some tourist shopping, before heading back to the hotel to have some ...