Hotel & Suite Place des Arts
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to step out for some pizza. We made our way down St. Catherine and found a really yummy pizza counter across from the fountain at Place des Arts. Let me mention here that Montreal is in love with the arts. They have tons of museums, theaters, cinemas, and art galleries. There is graffiti everywhere and random acts of artiness (see the man made of packing tape we found next to the Contemporary Arts Museum). Next to ...
... I managed to make the most of the city’s active atmosphere. On the first day, we spent a good five hours walking around the seawall in Stanley Park and on the second we hiked to the top of Quarry Rock and spent the afternoon kayaking. It was one of the best days I had had in a long time and we certainly earned our trip to the gelato shop afterwards!
In Toronto I met up with my mum and brother for a family holiday and I think I speak for us all when ...
... photos and kept walking. By now I was getting tired, so I headed towards the main road and jumped on a bus back to town. It took me to the train so I took it back to the stop near the hotel. Back at the hotel I had some food and started to repack my bag. Then decided I would go for a walk to see where the airport bus leave from. It's just around the corner. Awesome. I kept walking for a bit. Wandered the shops. Then went back and finished ...
... the next day. Late at night we were heading to sleep and Erin wanted to brush her teeth in the bathroom. As there was only one bathroom in the apartment she had to wait, which wasn't a problem, but it was funny that what she was waiting for was for Jo's boyfriend to finish his mobile call that he was on, in the bathroom. Must be a Canadian thing, the business center in the toilet. Seems universal for Canada though. We will have to test out our theory in Toronto.
... the city - stopped at a lookout to see the Montreal Olympic games stadium (1967). Apparently the tower - 175 ft slanted - wasn't complete for the games and the roof went on after (some 10 years after and then it tore and has since been replaced by a non retractable one.
We were then taken into ...