Auberge Du Lac Taureau
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... two 45 minutes monologues fell a bit flat. We wee sat right at the front and had to fake laughter for fear of being picked on....oh dear, we really reckon we could have done better! Val has just described the last comedian in a nut shell. He was moving and had turned a tragic upbringing into a slightly humorous story but if I hadn't laughed I would have ...
... river, and like Quebec was originally an Indian settlement but the Indians seemed to disappear onto pastures new by the time the French had come back for a second time in the early 1600s. Montreal was the furthest point that you could get to by boat 1600s and Mr Newhouse (Maisonneuve) planted his Red white and blue flag in 1642. Old Montreal is charming and the free city transportation to get there made it great value for money. Ok so the busses ...
... I was crossing into Canada, the border guard questioned my reasoning for driving this particular route, and found it necessary to warn me that it was a boring drive. But in order to get to the big cities, you have to go past the small neighborhoods, and that's what I did.
I got into Montreal just after noon, and had time to grab lunch before checking into my room. After that I began my own ...
... more than English would be so handy. For the first time I said at a place using Air BnB - a level up from couch surfing. It was a massive weekend in Montreal so struggled to find somewhere to say. And that was looking over a month ago! I stayed with a guy called Roger in the Village. He had a great condo in an awesome area and I mastered the Metro pretty quickly. It was all due to Osheaga - a three day music festival. And I was lucky enough to get a ticket. Imagine Falls ...
At 9:20ish I transferred to a train that would take me back to my own home in south central Ontario- the last leg of my Eastern journey. The morning was bright and clear so I was able to capture some of the roughened but lovely underbelly of bridges and ...