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... is called "The Ocean" and runs twice p/week
between Halifax and Montreal. The coaches are only about 8 or so years old and
were built to be used between places such as Edinburgh and the Continent via
the Chanel tunnel. As this never happened they were sold to Via Rail here in
Canada and used on this service.
sleeping compartment is a 2 berth compartment and is really nice. It has its
own bathroom with shower etc. At the rear of the train is one of ...
... the Olympic centre to go up the inclined tower. Great views over the city. There were a couple of bus tours going up when we were there but we were still able to see well in the car as well as up the top.
It was very overcast and the clouds were getting darker when we came down. Walked around the perimeter of the centre to find the replica cauldron and Olympic rings. Had considered going back to Parc Mont Royal but weather against us for walking up the hill.
... the education staff there about their programs and their uncertain future. We also road our bikes to the casino, the route was not well marked and there were several old abandoned worlds fair pavilions along the way. The Casino was the Canada pavilion during the 1967 worlds fair. We had a lovely deli lunch on the top floor overlooking the river. ...
... in was inevitable. We made it just in time for the free breakfast served in the hostel basement, consisting of bagels, toast and peanut butter, and cereal. Sharing a room with 10 people and only having one shower results in a tight bathroom schedule allowing everyone to use it for a maximum of 5 minutes before the others impatiently start knocking on the door. The system worked, and by 12 o’clock we were all freshened up and ready to go on the Montreal ...
... 89 US but remember that the taxes are high and added to the cost. The kitchen allowed us to prepare food and save over buying prepared food in restaurants.
We first visited the. Vieux ville (old town) It had a European feel, old stone buildings separated by streets paved by cobble stones and bricks. We viewed the Saint Laurence seaway, and one small old cathedral. The large catholic population is proud of the grand ...
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