No, but I checked the extent to which Longueuil was covered by the public transportation network, established that it was mostly covered (in fact there's a metro stop a few blocks north of the north exit of the tunnel), and decided it would be fine to walk to the hotels that weren't "conveniently covered". As I've told you, there is absolutely no other way to get to the hotel other than by car, i.e. I can't even walk there. This I couldn't foresee without checking the entire grid before bidding. I didn't do so, because what are the odds of a hotel being built on an island that's only accessible through a motorvehicle-only tunnel? I hadn't heard of that before - there's usually other means to get to and from islands within an urban area (bridges, ferries, etc.) as well, all of which I would've been fine with. Anyhow, I'll be bugging taxi drivers to drive me through the tunnel each and every time I have to go to or from the island, just to hop on the metro a few blocks down the street. It's not impossible - it's just inconvenient and something I didn't take into account at all, hence I'm not very happy with the outcome.