4D3N Niagara Falls & Mont Tremblant


K1 and K2 miss Canada as we had our once-in-a-lifetime cum 1st time experience such as walking on snow & play snowball, went to Niagara Falls, K2 learnt skiing at Mont Tremblant, see X’mas lights at Parliament Hill in Ottawa, sat interactive see saw @ Place Des Festivals in Montreal as well as Toboggan ride at Old Quebec, spent few hours explore ROM & had 3 course lunch at 360 Rest, CN Tower in Toronto.

冬至 (the day we eat 湯圓), RJjj, moon jie & K1 embark our journey onboard Eva Air flights to Toronto (transit at Taipei). Almost a day of travelling, we arrived at Htl Sheraton on the Falls by Niagara Airbus. There’s an electric fireplace in htl room & htl is within walking distance to Clifton Hill & Niagara Falls. In addition, we enquire the nearest bus stop for Wego bus to go to Canada One Factory Outlets & htl gave us a 48 hours Wego bus card per pax. We had Chinese lunch at New York Rest, big portions of food that taste salty. Waited for 9pm to see Niagara Falls fireworks from htl room, K1 like fireworks.

X’mas Eve, we took Niagara Airbus to Toronto airport for Air Canada flight to Mont Tremblant. Another option is Porter Airlines but we choose Air Canada due cheaper fares & earlier flight time so that can check-in, eat lunch and see Santa Claus. Upon arrival at Mont Tremblant airport, we took shuttle service to Htl Place St Bernard. K2 took Galland coach from Montreal & arrived Mont Tremblant in the morning. Htl allowed K2 to check-in early & K2 went to learn skiing. Due to changes in travel plans a mth before departure date, most Airbnbs fully booked & limited hotels available. Thus, K1 made booking at Htl Place St Bernard htl room that is small but htl is located along the Pedestrian village that has cafes, restaurants, shops and Activity Centre. K2 suggest that we sit on the bench to eat yogurt in the cold weather. Our meals consist of crepes, noodles, Pad Thai, pizzas, Western cuisine such as Fish & Chips and vege spaghetti.

Good night 🙂




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