Le Gite de l'ecole

Address: 8019 rue Casgrain , Montreal, Quebec, H2R 1Z4, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Villeray-Saint-Michel-Parc-Extension area of Montreal, is near Jean-Talon Market, Underground City, Chinatown, and Little Italy.
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They look American...but they all speak French!

A travel blog entry by suncitygaltx on May 18, 2015

3 comments, 9 photos

... hours of wandering through the gardens, we returned to the hotel to pick up our bags and board the ship. It was like coming home again. We've cruised on this ship several times, and really enjoy the informal atmosphere (no formal nights, eat whenever you want to), the friendly staff and the good food. to celebrate our tenth anniversary, we upgraded to a 'penthouse suite'. (It's not that exclusive...there ...

Rainy day in Quebec Province

A travel blog entry by hyoung74 on Sep 21, 2014

7 photos

... and green belt between the road and the houses on the right.

Closer into the city the road was blocked by barricades and police cars. The downtown area was very congested with traffic as there were many roads closed. It was the army marathon and half marathon and it looks like they had a good turn out. Did manage to drive along both sides of the Rideau Canal for several kilometres but could not get to a lookout we were aiming for.


A travel blog entry by fgigase on Apr 05, 2014

46 photos

Last weekend I left the USA for the first time since I arrived here on what seems to be forever ago, January 13th. Namely, on Friday morning we left the States behind us and took off to Canada, the land of lakes, maple syrup and Justin Bieber. Together with 9 friends, we rented two cars and we left campus at around 10.30. Both drivers were Australian and had to get used to driving on the other side of the road and were a little confused by the roundabouts, but ...

Big Island, Big City

A travel blog entry by jennyoneb on Sep 30, 2013

147 photos

... for winter), the Biosphere, a large amusement / theme park, an Olympic Rowing Basin and the item which sparked my interest, the Canadian Formula One track. We hired a Bixi bike each (Montreal equivalent of a Boris bike) and crossed a bridge over to the second island and turned straight onto the Grand Prix circuit. The circuit is open throughout the summer, bar June when the Grand Prix is in town, and is open to all to cycle, walk, skate or drive around. ...

Montreal Fun!!

A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 14, 2013

12 photos

... the Molson Brewery Company dynasty back in the day. In the doorway you will find a bust of tne founder and his two sons. The last and supposedly most glamorous historical building for the morning was the Royal Bank Building. When built in 1928 at 22 stories high this was the tallest building in the city. The exterior is not significantly more remarkable than those around it but the interior is amazing and has been designed to replicate a Floretine Palace. After our long walk ...