Le Rayon vert

Address: 4373 rue St-Hubert, Montreal, Quebec, H2J 2X1, Canada | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Jeanne-Mance area of Montreal, is near Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (Musee des Beaux-Arts), Lafontaine Park, Rue Duluh, and Les Grands Ballets Canadiens.
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    Living it up in Montreal

    A travel blog entry by anni.porter on May 16, 2015

    1 comment, 42 photos

    ... 8217;t quite ready but we had a Gold room on the Executive floor which meant we had our own lounge area up on the 19th floor so we headed up there and they let us know when our room was ready.

    Once our room was ready we got ourselves settled in – beautiful room with a view to die for – those of you on FB will have seen my pano view from our window. We had a quick change and headed down to the lobby for a drink. We enjoyed a couple ...

    Montreal, Quebec

    A travel blog entry by allanamue on Oct 16, 2014

    ... Bree and I played the rest of the boys. Whistler Vs Biggie Crew. Biggie crew had a slow start then won the next 4 games. Whistler crew showed plenty of potential though and should have a good season at beer pong! A slow morning the next day, with everyone surfacing around midday. We are in a pretty bad pattern at the moment, wasting half our days sleeping. Need to give our body clocks a kick up the ****. Wouldn’t hurt getting off the booze either. James Peacock ...

    Musing of Montreal

    A travel blog entry by hjgm on May 09, 2014

    4 photos

    ... it one at a time, no massive surge, just orderly. They also line up along the curb, thereby leaving the footpath (sidewalk) free for other pedestrians to walk past. I was so amazed and impressed. Simple courteous behaviours, like these, make living and moving about a big city much easier. Also no one ran into me. I walked on footpaths during busy times and no one bumped into me, this never happens in Australia. In Sydney I've previously thought maybe people cannot see ...

    The sky is blue today

    A travel blog entry by suep21 on Jan 16, 2014

    7 photos

    ... I found it really annoying that someone thought it would be a good idea to put traffic lights, pedestrian lights or trees in front of most interesting buildings. There is also a lot of these poles sticking out of the ground. I think they might be for checking how deep the snow is? The Santa sleigh I saw the day I arrived was gone, so didn't get to see that light up. I went down to see Notre-Dame Basilica of ...

    Tuesday Montreal

    A travel blog entry by strife-13 on Oct 22, 2013

    6 comments

    ... called - something French. Now remember how I might have mentioned my superior Northern Hemisphere sense of direction? Well it's gone. Kaput. It only seems to work if the streets have numbers rather than names. The numbering system in Manhattan made perfect sense to me. 5th Avenue, West 31st St. Here the streets have very pretty names like Rue de La Montagne but they make no sense. I'm a female James May (Top Gear). I got lost trying to find my way out of the ...