Le Chasseur B&B

1567 St.-Andre Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada | B&B
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    Montreal!

    A travel blog entry by fgigase on Apr 05, 2014

    46 photos

    ... behind on schedule, but good to go! At least that is what we thought… After only 200 meters the cars behind us started flashing and when I jumped out at one of the stopping lights to check which bag was hanging out of the back of the car, I noticed that we were in bigger trouble. Our tire had probably hit a rock that was hidden in the snow and it was as flat as could be. One of the guys had some experience with changing tires and was able to replace the flat ...

    Big Island, Big City

    A travel blog entry by jennyoneb on Sep 30, 2013

    147 photos

    Welcome to Montreal. We arrived around 1830 on Friday and walked around 25 minutes across town to our hostel in the Village district of the city. The hostel is very smart looking, with quality furnishings, fitting and beds. Everything looks good but we will wait and see if it is all as good as it seems.

    We checked in quickly, explored the hostel, which features a bar in the basement before heading out into the area to explore and find some ...

    Rather pleasant trials and tribulations

    A travel blog entry by glenn.porter on Aug 25, 2013

    7 photos

    ... how good I have it.

    Even when perceived hardships plague me, namely losing my phone. I attended the skate demo and had a great time seeing some amazing skateboarding at a very creative, entirely volunteer-built skatepark. The companies gave out free tshirts, socks and stickers and the skaters gave interviews. Good times, but unfortunately as I rode away I found I had not my phone in my pocket. I retraced my ...

    If Hunger Were an Olympic Sport...

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

    ... a beautiful sight. To be completely honest, I may have been to too many
    zoos to truly appreciate it all – macaws, cabi baras, alligators, piranas, all
    present and naturally beautiful as always, though nothing beyond remarkable. If
    anything, the enclosures seemed awfully small for such majestic creatures. So
    we traveled through the jungle, the temperate forest (supposedly of Canada but
    looking uncannily similar to my ...

    Montrealers Winter Passions & Activities

    A travel blog entry by rubyroy on Jan 04, 2013

    2 comments, 54 photos

    ... is. Remember the story of the Arabian Nights, where the genie flies on a prayer sized rug? Well imagine it made of plastic, so that when you are in the snow or sand you slide much faster!)

    When the got to the bottom of the hill. The walked straight back up for another go!!
    The view of St Joseph Oratory against the sun with the skaters in the back ground gave a peaceful feeling to the whole scene

    Next to Beaver lake ( which is under ...