Auberge de la Place Royale
Travel Blogs from Montreal
... either shuffling around trying to find a quieter, darker corner, preferably with somewhere they could plug in their electronics, or already camped out on the floor at every corner. I was too tired to stay upright any more, so put my coat on the floor, put my suitcase flat, and tried to rest with my head on that. There's a reason they call it a suitcase and not a pillow. Poor Ben the puppet became a pillow instead, at least he was getting plenty of use this trip. I knew ...
... I had never heard of before.
The locals seem very pleased that they have described Quebec "like being in Paris". I don't know why they wouldn't want a city to develop its own style and they would be happy it was just like something else..
Couldn't be in a French city without having French Onion Soup - so had it for dinner - along with sharing a pizza.
Having to cut down on the food.
... and unreliable, I got a SIM card and activated a data package to use my phone's GPS. This helped us a lot and even allowed us to use the public transit system to get around in each of the cities. Due to budget constraints we often walked anywhere that was less than 4km’s away and avoided taxis as much as possible.
Overall, I was surprised by how modernized the places that we visited were and how easy it was ...
... pictures of the house, and everything I am used to is going to change within the next 24hours. I am going to miss everyone very VERY much and I am not the type of person to leave my comfort zone so this will be a difficult year but hopefully rewarding... I mean how many people can say that they lived in Europe for a year?
I am excited, scared, nervous, happy, sad, anxious and any ...
... it was Monday and they were not open in the evening of Mondays. So I took pictures in front of the basilica and left. Because I had nothing to do after that, I went to the bus station and waited for my bus to Boston, surfing the Net with a wifi connection. Thankfully, wifi was available not only in the bus station, but also in the long distance buses and trains of Canada. I had never used wifi in a bus or train in any other country, I was so impressed. Anyway, a big ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet