La Maison Pierre du Calvet
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Manoir Harvey (Harvey Manor). A period property set in a beautiful garden setting on the banks of a very large fresh water lake. An evening meal was included and the quality and style of the three courses was exceptional. Next day we continued our journey and met up with friends of Glen and Teresa's for lunch at their house overlooking another large lake, 1000 feet deep in places and with part of the lake extending into USA. A very ...
... I am short, but Montreal has shown me that, no Sydney people are all in a big hurry and self absorbed and Montreal people are self aware.
On the second day after spending the morning walking up Mount Royal to get a view of the city I joined in a walking tour with my fellow hostel stayers. I am glad I did this tour. It went through some really cool and hip neighbourhoods. A different tour to the usual Old Town. The guide Gabrielle had a lot of enthusiasm for ...
... I'm facing. But I managed to get there. The lake was frozen over. There is ice skating, sledding ,tobogganing and skiing going on there. Going from the lake to the lookout was a difficult walk because some of the path was so icy. I saw two guys walking on the snow with walking ski things and thought they got it right. The walk was worth it. The view was nice. I would like to see it on a clear day. I then walked to St Joseph Oratory. It is the largest shrine ...
... gave me the wrong meal and then insisted it was correct and I was too hungry to argue, we returned to the hotel to drop off our purchases and try the new iPad charger. It still wouldn't charge! Quelle horreur! No more blog! No Internet banking! I was starting to panic. What if I'd somehow blown up the iPad by plugging it into a foreign socket? What sort of strife would I be in when I came back to work? We went back to the Apple Store and I saw the same nice ...
... day I remember the angered policeman, giving me hell for my infraction and for the fact that I am riding around 'his' country without speaking and understanding the language. All this via a translator, my passenger at the time. I shall have no such help today. Getting into the core of Montreal was certainly easier than in Ottawa. I simply believe that the signage on the arteries was way better and easier to follow. Another thing that jumped out at me as I was finding my way ...