Bed & Breakfast du Village - BBV

Address: 1279 Montcalm, Montreal, Quebec, H2L 3G6 , Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Saint-Jacques area of Montreal, is near Gay Village, Atelier Joel A Prevost studio, Our Lady of Lourdes Chapel, and Sauana Centre-Ville.
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    Montreal, it's been real

    A travel blog entry by megbrodribb on Sep 29, 2015

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    ... a few of of my faves - Monet and Renoir. I also got a ticket to see the Rodin exhibition that was currently on. This was really good, and provided a lot of information that I previously didn't know about the whole process of sculpting, and the models and everything. Some of the big works were there, such as the Thinker, and it was nice to see them up close, as I hadn't previously done. That night was particularly uneventful, as I needed to completely empty ...

    Montreal, Canada!

    A travel blog entry by rene77 on Jun 09, 2015

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    ... We had a late lunch at a café before going back to the hotel for a rest – it was a very hot day!

    Later we went back in to Old Montreal. We were very excited as we had discovered a pho place that was supposed to be very good… The restaurant was packed and the pho was probably the best we’ve found since we left Melbourne. Not quite as good as our second home “I love Pho 264” on Victoria street in Melbourne but it scratched the itch! They even had a ...

    Day One - Montreal

    A travel blog entry by katehoy on Aug 10, 2014

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    ... pair of trousers, and we all managed a couple of free cokes from the guys manning a kiosk. We wandered around, checking out the wares, and taking in the atmosphere, before heading off in the direction of Chinatown. On the way to Chinatown we got caught up in a protest about the Gaza/Palestine situation. Hundreds of people with banners, flags, megaphones, all yelling out "Viva viva Palestine! Viva Viva Gaza!"

    Chinatown was small. At least, ...

    Living with bohemian artists and the like.

    A travel blog entry by rachinamerica on Jun 22, 2014


    We began our first real day in Montreal with our first 'included' hotel breakfast. This was very exciting for Samuel who of course chose a croissant, but also fruity loops, which we call "Jessie's cereal". This is his all time favourite cereal that he only tried once before behind my back! We set set off for "Old Montreal" which you can get to by Metro, but the Concierge said that it is only a 15 minute walk. I figured that by the time ...

    An overdue update on my travels

    A travel blog entry by megan_dibble on Jun 04, 2014

    ... Falls and got to appreciate the natural wonder up close. I was surprised by how much of a tourist site Niagara Falls was. Of course, I had expected it to be popular with tourists but I had not expected the surrounding area to share a resemblance with the likes of Southend-on-Sea and Blackpool. I’m not complaining about it though, the plethora of attractions meant that we were never bored and we got to enjoy places including the Coke and Hershey’s ...