Hotel & Suite Place des Arts
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... an hour flight wouldn't be that bad. To my astonishment I actually did get a window seat at the back, just like I always want!!
To clear the backlog they had ...
... Manitoba. It has been a while since I've been there and it still looks as flat as ever....and mucho glad I am not there. Managed to get upgraded on this leg to ole Montreal, leg one of two..next top London. I did manage to get an upgrade on this leg and I can report the plane no longer has any Baileys aboard and in my opinion they need to stock more on my flights....the selection of red wine is making up for it but not the same....why oh why has Air ...
... this old country inn literally go up in smoke.
Scott and I now sit on the ViaRail train, heading through rural and forest scenes to Toronto. We arrive late tonight and have the following two days set aside to explore Canada’s largest city. We’re excited, among other things, about the prospects of developing a walk route amongst the islands that reside just offshore Toronto in Lake Ontario. Stay tuned for my next report of adventure planning in ...
... one of the largest in the world. Across Rue Sherbrooke from one another, this busy street illustrates one of Montreal's civic institutions: formal, differentiated bicycle lanes. Resembling miniature highways, they protect bicyclists from automobile traffic and encourage commuters to bike. Heavily used and complementing the BIXI (bike taxi) in the heart of the city, It is so heartening to see a large city investing in the health and safety of its citizens as well as truly being ...
... been issued originally we would have to go to the main ticketing counter for Air Canada on the opposite side of the terminal. So, once again we made our way to the next customer service kiosk across the terminal. We waited in that line for close to ten minutes, but were advised that these agents could only book domestic flights whose destinations were within Canada. "Where do we go next?" I asked the agent, who informed us we had to go to another area of the Montreal terminal to ...