|Subject: Re: Montreal|
We are back. I live in Northern Calif. Your missive captured the essence of a great city. I want to go back and do all the things I missed. We were cold, but the underground world around the metro station was very nice and warm. The coffee shops were charming, and jazz at the Jazz House outstanding. We dined at Le Caveau--very charming and pretty. Restaurants with cloakrooms and real people checking hats were way cool. Thanks so much for the travel log. Of course, there is that indescribable je ne sais quoi of this beautiful bi-lingual city that you would find no where else in the world. We had lunch in Old Town in a restaurant that the owner claimed is where a Tale of Two Cites was written. Now I didn't know that --It was the best of times...
Thank you. Georgia
PS--The Delta Hotel was almost perfect--indoor swimming pool and spa and gym, newspapers (Toronto and Montreal, French and English, morning and afternoon), included high-speed internet, upgraded room, club floor access with breakfast in a room with a great view of the city and only a block from the Jazz House. The Concierge made the reservations at Le Caveau and our table was perfect--on the ground floor with all the très cool people.