Au Chat Bleu

Address: 4098 St-Hubert St, Montreal, Quebec, H2L 4A8, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Downtown area of Montreal, is near Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (Musee des Beaux-Arts), Le Plateau, Lafontaine Park, and Route Verte.
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Travel Blogs from Montreal

Montreal #1 (Moose Tours)

A travel blog entry by renikar on Sep 10, 2015

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... signs for about half an hour before noticing that they were meant for cars only.. Sorry again for that, guys!) which is a really nice area with little shops and cafés. From there I went back to the shopping street to get a new carry-on backpack as mine broke in Toronto. In the evening we had dinner in the Hostel-Bar, a few more beers and conversations (sometimes frustrating misunderstandings that turned into an overused joke later - "a wig!") before going to bed. ...

At home with Leonard...

A travel blog entry by lynandgrae on Jun 17, 2015

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... place, then to a little Vietnamese restaurant, around the corner - all we could eat for $34 & brought the doggy bag home - unreal. The place didn't have a liquor licence, but we could have ducked out to a corner store across the road if we could be bothered... Green tea with our meal was very nice! Started to rain & we walked back through it. Not too wet, as we only had to walk about 3 blocks... Had to punch myself - walking along the streets on ...


A travel blog entry by segacs on Dec 20, 2014

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... boots, hat or gloves, there are generally three possibilities:

1. They're crazy.
2. They're a dumb tourist who can't read weather forecasts.
3. They're on their way to be a tourist (albeit hopefully not a dumb one) somewhere warmer.

See, I could bring a warm coat just for the purposes of getting to the airport. But it doesn't make sense to drag it around with me in my backpack for the next two weeks. The alternative was to be cold ...

I'd rather a Megabus than a Greyhound any day!

A travel blog entry by stephjoe on Aug 08, 2014


... adventure on the metro to visit the 1976 Olympic park. Joe had learnt about this at uni as it is the most famous example of hosting the games bankrupting the city - who have only just broken even! We plodded back to Sherbrooke station and wondered over to Parc Fontaine, just across from where we were staying, to the infamous poutine restaurant La Barquis.We got our takeaways, a couple of beers and sat in the park next to the lake with a band (2 guitars and ...

Mont Tremblant Provincial Park, Travel to Montreal

A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Jun 18, 2014

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... We took a drive through the park which seemed as if we had the whole place to ourselves. It began to rain again so we parked up looking out to the lake for half hour and waited for the rain to stop then it came out sunny again. The last waterfall we visited was the La Chute-aux-Rats. There was a hike you could do to get there but you could also park right at the bottom of the falls. These were the most impressive at 17 meters ...

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