Pierre et Dominique

Address: 271 Saint-Louis Square, Montreal, Quebec, H2X 1A3, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Quartier Latin area of Montreal, is near Rue Prince Arthur, Just for Laughs Museum (Musee Juste Poure Rire), Route Verte, and Ex-Centris.
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    Wedding/foodie weekend

    A travel blog entry by guillaumemaman on Aug 14, 2015

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    ... the bus we were suppose to. Everything was well organized. And guess what? I was spoken to in English! In this case it wouldn't have matter because she probably would have spoke to me in French (not creole) if not English, but I appreciate that she didn't assume anything! And we arrived on time! Yay! Kudos to Canadians and the driver! Getting around We walked from the bus station to the hotel. Why did I agree to that?! I was too hyped to be in ...

    O Canada

    A travel blog entry by oski on Dec 26, 2014

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    ... is much easier than entering through Montreal, but we found out that the fact that the officials at the border into Vancouver don't stamp our passports is a problem.

    Oscar went to get our bags and I went to use the restroom, mistaking the signs on the door and temporarily entering the men's room, freezing in embarrassment, and pivoting quickly to exit. So far we were less than 10 minutes in the country and already I was having ...

    It's not France, Or is it?

    A travel blog entry by azcook on Sep 20, 2014

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    ... some mobile home parks. We got the last spot available next to the bocce ball courts and there was a rousing game going on when we arrived. We even have our own set with us and thought it would be fun to join our new French-speaking neighbors, but they seemed to be into a tournament. Instead we worked on getting our life back in order this afternoon. We put our suitcases from the DR trip back on the roof. We have been living on top of all the junk for the ...

    It's not that cold actually, is it?

    A travel blog entry by vico.ca on Jan 03, 2014

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    ... we somehow reached our doorstep, dropped our bags and had to wait for what seemed like forever for our fingers to warm up so that we could hold the key again and open the door.

    What a near-death-experience! And that just for a few groceries. A walk of not even ten minutes.

    Dear Canadians, tell me please,what is your secret to surviving such, and even lower, temperatures without dying of frostbite or lack of food in the house?!


    Christmas and boxing day

    A travel blog entry by obrillips on Dec 27, 2013

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    Montreal is a BEAUTIFUL city! It may be due to the entire place covered in 4 feet of snow, or the fact our faces are wrapped up tightly in scarfs and hoods, so we can't see anything.... No it's stunning! The 6 hour drive from Toronto to Montreal ended up taking 7.5 due to bad weather (ice pellets and rain turning the road into ice). There aren't many hours of daylight here, so when we arrived, we were at a different bus station than google maps had told ...