Bob & Mariko's Bed & Breakfast

Address: 3458 Avenue Laval, Montreal, Quebec, H2X 3C8, Canada | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Quartier Latin area of Montreal, is near St. Louis Square (Carré St-Louis), Rue Prince Arthur, Just for Laughs Museum (Musee Juste Poure Rire), and Ex-Centris.
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Travel Blogs from Montreal

¡Vámonos!

A travel blog entry by segacs on Dec 20, 2014

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Murphy's Law of Vacations

Why is it that all the work arrives right before vacation time? I don't know, but it never fails: I book a vacation for a time when I think things will be quiet, basically ensuring that it will in fact end up being the busiest week of the year.

After a mad-dash scramble to get everything done that needed doing, I managed to escape from the office yesterday, breathing a sigh of relief.

Dark n' early

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An overdue update on my travels

A travel blog entry by megan_dibble on Jun 04, 2014

... and the Canadian War Museum. In many ways, Ottawa is very similar to London ranging from similar architecture to the grey weather. However, I did get to try beaver tails- something I would not have been able to have in London. My trip to Plattsburgh gave a first taste of the United States and it was a good opportunity to visit a location different from the usual tourist hot-spots. In truth, just being able to cross the Canadian-American border by land was ...

Centre Ville (Downtown) Montreal

A travel blog entry by charmedlife on Aug 06, 2013

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First day in the city, where I bask in the glorious weather, stroll her lively streets and feel the cultural vibe. After finding an ATM to garner Canadian cash, I spy something special. Just outside the gate to McGill University, staring up into the canyons of modern, mirrorlike skyscrapers, a unique sculpture catches my eye.

One of the benefits of city life is public art. This sculture by Raymond Mason is exceptional, causing one ...

Montreal - C'est Bon!

A travel blog entry by meagher on Jul 27, 2013

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In comparison to Quebec City, Montreal is a much bigger city and although predominantly French speaking, many more people speak English.

The highlight of our time in Montreal was taking a guided bike tour rather than a bus tour. We were lucky enough to be the only two people on the tour so we ended up with the tour guide all to ourselves which was a real treat. The tour took us around Le Vieux Port (the old port) which had some lovely views over the St Lawrence River. ...

Oh Montreal How We Love Thee!

A travel blog entry by musictechqueen on Jun 28, 2013

1 comment, 87 photos

... and snowshoes can all be rented for adults and children at the Beaver Lake Pavilion, the glass windowed building with a rippled roof. We took photos of the views of the city and then with Eric as our guide we walked under a nice green leave canopy to escape the rising heat of the day to Chalet du Mont Royal, which provides a sweeping view of the city from its terrace.

On our way we stopped at the Croix du Mont Royal, the spot where, legend says, Paul de ...