Bed & Breakfast de Chez Nous

3717 Sainte-Famille St, Montreal, Quebec, H2X 2L7 , Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Quartier Latin area of Montreal, is near McGill University, Rue Prince Arthur, Rue Duluh, and Just for Laughs Museum (Musee Juste Poure Rire).
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Travel Blogs from Montreal

Pit stop at Montreal

A travel blog entry by emma-sandra on Aug 01, 2014

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... as Quebec but there are still lots of little restaurants, shops and culture. It is a multicultural place with 55% French-Canadian and the rest made up of English-Canadians, Indian and Pakistanis. Quebec was 98% French so straight away this was noticeable. Our tour guided also showed us the underground city which is miles of shops, restaurants and metro lines meaning that when it is really cold outside, people living in the ...


A travel blog entry by ryan.lee on May 02, 2014

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... airport for our dinner en route to London.

It's going to be a LONG flight: Mtl --> Boston --> Iceland --> London

We expect to land in London the next morning just before noon.

See ya on the other side!

-- Ryan L. ...

I can't read French!

A travel blog entry by suep21 on Jan 14, 2014

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... to work out which way to go. Got it right. This museum is huge. It is actually 3 buildings. They are connected underground. I was there for nearly 5 hours. There were statues outside so I needed to get out there and take some photo's before it got to dark. Think I have mastered the metro. No problems getting back. There is so many people waiting for the train, but everyone gets on. I counted how many carriages and they have 9 per train. Big difference compared to @ ...

Another week in Montreal

A travel blog entry by jennyoneb on Oct 08, 2013

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... You can go up in a funicular style gondola but we decided against it as the reviews (and views) are not great.

We had a walk around and saw the Olympic Swimming Complex, which is under repair before wandering around the outside of the Olympic Stadium and taking some photos. The Olympic Park probably looked very space age and futuristic at the time it was built in the mid 1970's but now, especially in part due to the concrete construction, it ...

If Hunger Were an Olympic Sport...

A travel blog entry by carolyn.saund on Mar 18, 2013

... and the shallow tides to
what I believe I can safely say was all our favorite exhibit: penguins. Have
you ever seen a bunch of penguins playing with each other? It's friggin'
adorable. We happened to come around feeding time, which meant playing +
wrestling for food + adorable eating. I won't bore you with the details of what
we watched, but do highly encourage some serious youtubing of “penguin

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