La Maison Pierre du Calvet
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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... Arts Museum, watched a few kids conduct the water fountain set to classical music before turned in for the night.
A few of had wanted to go to church on Sunday, but the services in French were scheduled to be held later in the day, and we would have missed out on seeing some awesome stuff around town. So, we skipped church and headed off to le Parc du Mont Royal (or Mount Royal, for you anglophones). Mont Royal is basically ...
... when I return home! Here, then, are accounts of my first few trips from Montreal to Washington DC.
April 18th 2014 was Good Friday, the start of the Easter weekend. For me, it was also the start of my time travelling North America. My trip started with a week in Montreal, staying with a friend who very kindly put another friend and I up in her family home, giving us a ‘proper Canadian experience’.The week was ...
... would be highly frowned upon, as everyone strived for their children to gain a safe government job. To this point several of the brightest students in these countries still strive to work in the public sector because of the job security, but in recent years there has been a paradigm shift and several students have started working on their own technology startups. This has led to several accelerator programs and co-working spaces that we visited.
... network - now if you want to get lost that is the place to go. Our hotel connects to this by going down in the lift - we will see if we are game tomorrow morning as we don't have to be on the bus until 11.00 to go straight to the ship.
No travel pods for a week now as I won't have internet on board the 'Maasdam'.
I soon find myself in front of yet another church, calling to me to come in and cool my heels as well as my spirit. I enter Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel, which due to its location by the waterfront, was historically the church of choice for mariners and sailors and crew. There are models of ships that hang from the celing over the pews in remembrance of this chapel as a point of spiritual sustenance for men who came ...