B. & B. Romain Montagne

Address: 4351 rue Saint-Urbain, Montreal, Quebec, H2W 1V7, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Jeanne-Mance area of Montreal, is near Plateau Mont-Royal, Rue Prince Arthur, Rue Duluh, and Les Grands Ballets Canadiens.
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    Montreal, Canada!

    A travel blog entry by rene77 on Jun 09, 2015

    160 photos

    ... to Marche Atwood so we moved on pretty quickly. We briefly ducked into the Eglise St-Michel et St-Antoine, a little church, before walking on. There was hardly anything to see that was Italian apart from a few flags and average looking restaurants. We walked along Boulevard St-Laurent where the most exciting thing to see was the pretty awesome graffiti. Later we wandered around the Mile End and Outremont area – really lovely homes, quaint shops and cute little parks like ...

    Au Revoir East Coast

    A travel blog entry by sandyllew on May 25, 2014

    8 comments, 5 photos

    ... t very interesting and we were all glad to get to the hotel.
    We then prepared for our Farewell to the West Coast dinner which Anderson, our bus driver and Ron attended. We had a great evening of fun and laughing. It is hard to believe that I have only known these people for a week!!!!
    Early start this morning 5am....... no one gets up that early on holidays, except those catching a 5 hour flight to Vancouver

    Major move! Le grand dérangement!

    A travel blog entry by marco on Jan 22, 2014

    5 comments, 7 photos

    ... But now, yes, I have big news for you people: we are moving out of Haiti! Yes sir! After 4 and one half year, at last we're going. I say "at last" because we've wanted to go for some time, but did not want to go under bad conditions. So patience awarded us with a nice outcome: Richard found himself a job within his organization, so we're leaving in peace.

    Peace is a purposefully chosen word here. Haiti was tougher to me than I could imagine. ...

    Montreal - Day 19 -20

    A travel blog entry by pjcost on Oct 09, 2013

    15 photos

    ... stained glass windows instead of depicting scenes from the Bible show historical events of Montreal. If you are ever in Montreal, it is worth seeing. There is also an underground city here that is not so much another city but a means to get around the city without ever going above ground. There are malls and artwork in the tunnels and since the tunnels are built and maintained by private businesses, they are clean and ...

    Culture in Montreal and cycling in Quebec City

    A travel blog entry by kev_erin on Sep 09, 2013

    3 comments, 21 photos

    ... of the only things Jo had recommended when we asked her what was good to see or do was St Joseph street. This was her favourite area. We have no idea why. It was an average looking street with homeless people fighting and a scattering of chain shops (urban outfitters, mango etc.). We made our way past the old city wall which remains to this day as the border of the old town where we stumbled upon an event. After waiting for a while we saw cyclists flash past us with ...