Berri Suites

Address: Rue Berri, Montreal, Quebec, Canada | Condo
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Location

This condo, located in the Ahuntsic-Cartierville area of Montreal, is near Jean-Talon Market, Underground City, Chinatown, and Little Italy.
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Travel Blogs from Montreal

Bonjour from Canada...

A travel blog entry by tomkilbey29 on Jul 15, 2014

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... underground station and a shopping centre. But the size of these tunnels was staggering, and stretch far and wide underneath the city.

In the evening, we went to the supermarket. We were oddly cultured; and went to buy plenty of cheese, fresh bread and even a bottle of ice cider to accompany it. George, Andrea (our new Californian friend) and I sat on the rooftop balcony and ate, drank and chat. We've even agreed to meet up again in San Francisco, and Andrea has ...

Mercredi

A travel blog entry by terry-christina on Jan 22, 2014

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... most beautiful strawberries I have ever eaten.

Caught the bus home, going most of the length of rue Sainte-Catherine, which is the main commercial street of downtown Montreal, so many interesting shops and not many people about. These large North American towns are fairly flat, and some streets can go for miles.

When we got home about 5pm, the temperature was -18, feels like -28. And about to get colder. The boys are in a cottage in Yorkshire for 5 days ...

Walking tour of old Montreal

A travel blog entry by lilmont on Sep 23, 2013

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... of Montreal (all banks) but now the buildings are condos or hotels.

Next we walked to the industrial/commercial section where the warehouses-stores were erected in the late 1860s and 70s. This area is used in films as the originate gas lights are still there, now all the buildings are either offices, condos or hotels. At least the buildings are being used and are not deteriorating.

There were a few extra buildings Catherine showed us some have ...

Montreal Fun!!

A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 14, 2013

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... As expected anything we liked was well out of our price range so we left empty handed and continued to walk down Rue St Paul. Rue St Paul is a quaint, narrow cobblestone street which takes the prize as the city's oldest street. It once was a highway for horse driven carts laden with goods which were being transported down to the Old Port. It is now lined with handicraft and souvenir stores as well as many delightful eateries which gives the street a wonderful atmosphere and ...

The End of Part 2: Post-Trip Reflection

A travel blog entry by sanjayzimmerman on Sep 11, 2013

... in the country. Thanks to this we were able to visit a ton of museums for free throughout all of Brazil.

Queues
One major culture shock that we faced in Brazil is the everlasting queues everywhere you go. Mostly in the supermarkets, it seemed as if Brazilians all went shopping for groceries every night and so the stores were almost always full and we waited at times literally over 30 minutes simply to buy pasta or bananas.

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