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Project in progress, better luck next year. but perhaps better than last year. Enjoyed the experience...had some short-comings...slushy path...?? I am sure they could have hired a little tractor to go by and take out all the slush, they certainly were capable of affording to...More
We, like many others, thought to go to the Snow Village before it closes at the end of March. The ice hotel, was closed, due to weather conditions, but they charged people to come in regardless. The area was either slushy in places, or dense,...More
i was waiting to see a spectacular snow village especially when you saw the promotions & the Photoshop pictures in the medias, i thought i am gonna see something special, but unfortunately it was less than normal, a labyrinth & few snow games at st...More
The islands of Saint-Helene and Notre-Dame together make up the anchored fabric of Parc Jean-Drapeau. The mostly man-made grounds were built to be the site of the 1967 World's Fair, and the chiefly car-free space still retains its inherited carnival character. A wonderland of foliage and flora awaits at the Jardins des Floralies, with its expanse of pond-marked wetlands making it perfect for hiking, nature walks,
and exploration. Old exhibitions still straddle the newest entertainment complexes, including the high-flying roller coasters of La Ronde Amusement Park and the brightly-lit Casino de Montréal. From the springtime on, families crowd the sandy beaches with candy-striped umbrellas, and rowers take to the Olympic Basin, where the spherical American Pavilion and the high brick Tour de Lévis provide an atypical backdrop. A short metro trip carries visitors and locals to this vacationing spot, providing leisure and activity outside of the inner city.