La Maison Pierre du Calvet
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
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... came to a junction where we turned off the mainline and were now on what
seemed like some old railway from about a 100 years ago. I had been taking a
nap in my compartment when the noise changed from a smooth running kind of
noise to the old ckickdy-clack kind of noise. The track we were now on was all
short jointed lengths and was also quite rough. Chatting to the chap in-charge
of my coach he tells me that this is the old line and that a super new line has
... the latter, but with a French accent it sounds a lot better. The description of the dish is as follows: braised beef poutine prepared with trois pistoles beer, sauteed red onions and mushrooms washed down with another Ambroise, though this variety was an apricot wheat version. I would give the dish nine out of ten. The only thing that could have been better would have been slightly bigger pieces of beef, but it tasted perfect, and the portion was certainly ...
... to be in the summer.
While I was walking home I got a message from an old friend Anne Julie who I had met in Los Angeles with her friend Charlotte. She wanted to see if I was free tonight to go and watch a concert with her and her friends. Of course!
I met her at a bar that was pretty much exactly next to where the climbing gym was before. In other words, miles away. I got back on the subway and met her and her friends. We ...
Terry's birthday, so we went out to brunch. Halfway across town, deep in the suburbs, to a great restaurant. I don't know how he finds these places. It had an extensive French influenced menu, but he only wanted pancakes with a side order of potatoes, and a bowl of hot chocolate.
Then we caught the train into the Old Town, and and spent a couple of hours at the Montreal History Museum.
We are catching the train to Washington DC ...
First leg was flight from Fredericton to Montreal - two airports that share one thing: they're terrible. For an international airport PET is like a ghost town. seems like there are more workers than travelers. Depressing. Battled the depression with a bottle of Torrentes from Argentina. Two more hours and hopefully we are off to Chicago. There's nothing like five hours in a lousy airport to make you wish you could drive everywhere.