Le Fabreville Motel et Suites
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All good things must come to an end, and it was time to leave Quebec. It was a lovely old city filled with charm and beauty, but it was beginning to feel quite small and very expensive. Four nights was the perfect amount for us. It is however somewhere I would love to return to one day. I feel as though it will be exactly the same in thirty years and that is nice. We woke up on schedule - adalia sleeps 12 hours like clockwork! and did our last bits of packing. We ...
... downtown perspective. The ascent is rather quick so you almost miss it all after a few snaps.
Landing in Montreal we were at Trudeau formerly Dorval Airport which is the city's main international airport. You have a different feel with the RCMP Mounties policing the airport and more French usage.
Leg 6--1 Day, 135 miles
Miles to Date--3277
Fuel Stop--"B" on Google Map, Vankleek Hill, ON. 72.48 gallons @ $4.63
Google Map Included--A to C, 135 miles, arrive at Montreal South KOA
Sunday July 28--We were on the road this morning at 9AM. We stopped for fuel ...
... smothering a very tired Zoe with love... Tatiana, Morgan and magnolia enjoyed the mint chocolate cake the pilots brought along! After a quck dinner of vender van asian food, we stArted heading down to the jazz fest. Caught some acrobatic girls, some clumsy magicians... Then time to put the kids to bed. Aunt Harriet, having enjoyed Zoe's company earlier in the day, had offered to watch Zoe so Alex and I could ...
... is the Old Port, to which I headed after parting ways with course mates who elected to take it easy and start sipping beer.
Walking tour included ascending the 192 steps to the Clock Tower where I learnt that in the old days, ships were deemed to have entered the Port of Montreal the minute they passed the tower. Below, was the beach (an artificial strip of white ...