car with gas. Afterwards - following a rapid check-in, convenient subterranean parking and easy haul of baggage on a cart to the very agreeable room - we frequented the “club” rooftop lounge where we sipped Cappuccino coffee and munched on fruit power bars while watching Robert Mueller on CNN struggle alternately with Democratic and Republican binary agenda, often an embarrassing mixture of the obvious, obsequiousness and shameless political design.
The early afternoon was spent swimming in the pool on the “green roof” which had a gravel jogging track surrounded by gardens and benches. We then snoozed for an hour or so before preparing for al fresco dining at Zibo, the in-house restaurant. The manager and waiter could not have been more pleasant. Our salmon tartare, beef carpaccio, teriyaki pasta and vegetable fettuccine were superb.
Sheraton Saint-Hyacinthe Hotel
1315, rue Daniel-Johnson O.
Saint-Hyacinthe, Québec J2S 8S4 Canada