Quality Hotel Midtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... Royal to check our the views of the city from the "mountain". We pass the nearby uni - Concordia, and it is freshman week so there are lots of young faces getting themselves familiar with their new home. To get to the "mountain" we have to climb a hill. My fitness levels have depleted on this trip as an old man passes me. Geez. There are some McGill Uni buildings on this hill - for you trekkie fans out there, McGill Uni produced Captain James T Kirk himself William Shatner. ...
... could do was put me on standby for a 6:30 am flight to Montreal, then on to Vancouver, which meant I'd have to by pass Winnipeg. She couldn't guarantee that onward flight either, since it was fully booked, overbooked actually, just like nearly every flight was at this stage. I couldn't let myself forget that there were thousands of people in this predicament. I didn't realize just how bad it actually was until days later when I read the newspapers and saw the TV reports. ...
... page) is in french. Now we are right for doing the walking tours on our own plus I know where the Information Centre is because Micheal gave me a free map and marked where the Metro Rail Stations where we get off and the
number of the bus we take to Chalet du Mont-Royal on top of the mountain (hill) which overlooks Montreal and Saint Laurent River.
Another helpful gentleman at Reception said when we check out we can leave our car ...
... cities that we visited and helped plan museum and cultural visits. Overall it was just a lot more enjoyable as well and less stressful to simply be travelling with a friend.
There are so many things that I can do with the material that we captured this summer and the people that we met, the only issue is that I will have hardly any time until next spring as I am currently abroad and focused solely on ...
... surpassed my expectations, and that part of the world is definitely high on my list for a return visit.
Thanks to all of you for reading, sharing and commenting on this blog. As much as I love solo travel, it's awesome to be able to share it with friends and family back home. It almost feels like you were there with me. I sincerely hope you've enjoyed reading about my trip as much as I've enjoyed living it.