Motel Pignon Rouges
Travel Blogs from Montreal
Nous venons de Québec et nous avions décidé de rester au Motel Pignons Rouges pour une semaine cet hiver. Quelle incroyable service! La nuit, on a dormi paisiblement et rien ne nous a dérangé. Le matin, on a un déjeuner gratuit. Dehors, il y a un grand terrain de gazon entouré d'arbres. Si vous êtes chanceux, vous pourriez même croiser un caribou …
Day 3 July 1st
Zach and I did our usual thing of waking early and going to get croissants for breakfast and stopping at a playground on the way home. I took a chance and bought coffee from the croissant place for Jane and Chris but spill one on the way home..dooh. It didn’t really matter as both Chris and Jane (coffee aficionados) gave their seal of approval.
Today was Canada Day, the national day of Canada, celebrating the anniversary of ...
... Justice Crew
Justice Crew were a group of male dancers that did neat dance tricks plus they sang a few songs. They were fun to watch.
First Main Act - Kesha
I enjoyed ...
... drops falling in.
Imagine you are sound asleep and snow starts to fall on your nose. Can you imagine the strange dreams you could have. lolol
The entire lighting system is done with led lamps, which doesn't heat up and will not melt the ice and snow. Each person has a light switch to turn off the lights when they are ready.
This year by accident while doing the blocks the trucks ...
Saturday 21 April 2012 - Arrival in Montreal, from Fort Lauderdale
Immigration at Montreal is little short of surreal. There are about 10 active booths, but rather than have 10 lines as in most airports, they have arranged a sheep race of thirteen rows of bollards, and everyone has to run the gauntlet, probably a kilometre, before getting to where a woman officer directs them to a booth. The sight of all the rows of people going in ...