A Acacia du Midi

4626, rue de la Roche, Montreal, Quebec, H2J 3J6, Canada | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Montreal

An overdue update on my travels

A travel blog entry by megan_dibble on Jun 04, 2014

... 8217;t Twitter for the mundane life updates? I would much rather write about the bigger travel experiences that I have since embarked on. This does not mean, however, that I didn’t enjoy my last few months in St. John’s and studying at MUN. I really enjoyed it (even when it continued to snow into April) and I am looking forward to returning for a few days. It really does feel like I will be going home twice this summer as I have grown to know ...

Round tour Montreal island

A travel blog entry by medic_jo on Aug 19, 2013

1 comment, 6 photos

... stop to churchs parking lot as they are free parking along the way.
The getting use to driving in Montreal is awesome though, this city has its reputation of being ruff riding but in the month I was here, I will contest that. I think Montreal drivers are like any other cities, they drive to get there fast and to beat whatever they are against, which is time and precious parking.
I have quickly learn that you don't sit at a ...

Horticulture on Steroids

A travel blog entry by charmedlife on Aug 07, 2013

54 photos

Mission crepe successful, I tried my fortune on the famous Montreal Metro. Comparatively easy to other cities, I head along the same green line train from downtown at Peel St to Pie-ix, where I come above ground to view the iconic Montreal landmark, Olympic Tower. It is impressive, and to me rather looks like a gargantuan, futuristic horseshoe crab. Definitely worth a few photos!

My true reason for the journey west today is to spend the day at the Jardins Botanique - ...

The long and winding road...

A travel blog entry by minaco on Jul 20, 2013


... must have finally cleared, me from the system. This was the easiest and quickest part of the day. A very pleasant surprise indeed! Buy this point it is now almost 5:30 p.m. back in Moncton (4:30 here in Montreal) and we are getting hungry since we had only eaten breakfast at home before leaving for the airport this morning. We find a Burger King which needs a visit by the Dept. of Health to inspect it. However, we ended up grabbing a burger, as 95% of their menu was unavailable ...

Oh Montreal How We Love Thee!

A travel blog entry by musictechqueen on Jun 28, 2013

1 comment, 87 photos

... Canada within the British Empire. Canada became a kingdom in its own right on that date, but the British parliament and Cabinet kept limited rights of political control over the new country. These controls were shed by stages over the years until the last vestiges were surrendered in 1982, when the Constitution Act was replaced by the Canadian constitution by prime minister Pierre Trudeau.

We took Jane to Old Montreal and the Old Port where there are lots ...