Chalets Beaconsfield Motel
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... who had recently moved to Montreal. Dave & Ron used to work together at the shipyard & brewery.
Montreal is a city on an island in the St Lawrence River so we were able to cycle the "Old Port" area and part of the Lachine Canal. We are so glad we bought the bikes with us because it's the best way to explore.
... br> back home in Australia and I was dissapointed to only get two samples.
said goodbye to Toby and Tys as they headed back to the States to
finish up the season at a ski school. It was a tight week with four
adults sleeping in the van but it was a lot of fun. Nath and I are
headed to the States now and Nath is excited to see the ocean again as
its been a few months.
Hope everyone is well back home!
... style from Inuit to furniture to classical to modern. We enjoyed the museum very much. At 3pm we were joined by Stephanie and Damien (my niece and her fiancé) who marched us up Mont-Royal to view Montréal from above, and down around the beaver lake to a lovely wine bar on Avenue Parc where we chatted and shared a glass of wine or two. We only ever see Stephanie in international cities - Paris, New York, Montreal! ...
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Die paar Tage hier sind spitze und vergehen wie im Flug. Hier gibt es auch zur Zeit ein Comedy Festival und einen Feuerwerkswettbewerb. Einfach eine geile Zeit.
A great city. I stay over in a really great youth hostel, the breakfast is great and the people, mainly French guys, are ...
1st June Up early and a fairly long drive to Montreal. Got there to the hostel fairly late in the evening. Hostel because was a bit wet and the camp site would have been so wet. All the girls in one room was interesting, ESP on a top bunk that creaks. So our night out was certainly interesting. We wandered around Montreal for an hour before dinner. ...