Sir Montcalm

1453-1455 rue Montcalm, Montreal, Quebec, H2L 3G9, Canada | B&B
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Pretty church with prettier hockey players!

A travel blog entry by jetsetter515


... Dion was married. Yes, the Cathedral was beautiful and awe inspiring,... blah blah blah, but good lord so were those 20 hockey players standing on the steps of the cathedral! Just one more reason to love Canada, they have hockey players, and THEY'RE EVERYWHERE. After seeing the Cathedral and taking about 50 selfies outside of it we digressed onward to the river walk area where there are people laying in the grass drinking their lattes, while laying in the sun, ...

Major move! Le grand dérangement!

A travel blog entry by marco


... les hammams, les tajines, les couscous, les briwats, leurs desserts sucrés et les thés à la menthe. L'Europe est à un jet de pierre, de même que les pyramides du Caire, le mont des Oliviers et Jérusalem, de même que les safaris africains. Beau programme, non? Vous viendrez nous voir?



Hi all! Long time no see! I have not been very talkative in the last year or so. Had not much to say, but much to think ...

Culture in Montreal and cycling in Quebec City

A travel blog entry by kev_erin


... t help that it had started sprinkling for the last few laps and it wasn't getting less heavy. We wanted to head downhill and see the lower town as this is one of the oldest areas with art galleries and little shops amongst winding streets near the boat harbour. This area was equally beautiful but we were both getting fairly wet due to the consistent rain that had been falling for the last hour or so so we decided to start walking back to our apartment. We stopped in at ...

Vieux Montreal - The Old City

A travel blog entry by charmedlife


... Bonsecours. Ile Bonsecours follows a path to Pavillon Bonsecours, where I thought I might have a bite to eat. Rather, I turn up to the Place Jacques-Cartier, marvel at the street performers and plant myself at a sidewalk cafe for an early supper. A late afternoon French meal in view of the historic Hotel de Ville. I can't go wrong. I enjoy a delicious cut of salmon accompanied by roasted vegetables and a refreshing Quebec lager. Magnifique!

Bonus Post: Travel packing essentials

A travel blog entry by segacs


... Mine's unlocked, so when I get to a new country, it's extremely easy to buy a local SIM card for a few dollars and load it up with enough mobile data for however long I'll be there (which is REALLY cheap everywhere in the world that isn't Canada or the US, by the way). That way, whenever I'm somewhere without WiFi, I can usually get online if I need to. I just transfer the SIM card between my phone and my Rocket stick as ...

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This B&B, located in the Downtown area of Montreal, is near Gay Village, Atelier Joel A Prevost studio, Ecomusee du Fier Monde, and Amherst Street.
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