A Acacia du Midi

4626, rue de la Roche, Montreal, Quebec, H2J 3J6, Canada | Hotel
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Home Service For Anyone

A travel blog entry by homerepair592

... do not require an architect, a home-owner can really their resources by doing the project without one.

A top DIY tip is to discover a good architect or designer if someone does not necessarily have the abilities on their own. This will cost a certain amount of money, but you must remember that for decent plans to function money should be used. In addition, a license or permit is needed for certain environmental and zoning constraints.

Impossible Montreal...the hunt is on!

A travel blog entry by tigerjo


One of the things I'm enjoying most about this trip is being able to change my plans at a moment's notice and take any opportunities that come along. One of these opportunities is a completely crazy scavenger hunt called Impossible Montreal!

An annual event organised by an improv comedy group, this year there are 12 teams competing with a maximum of 12 members in each team. The Hunny Badgers, the Dirty Moustaches ...

Montreal Fun!!

A travel blog entry by rorox


We woke up on our air mattress after one of the best sleeps ever! We cant explain how this is possible but its true. The house was quiet as Rish had left already to go to play street hockey for the morning. Our plans were to explore the Old Town for the morning and then meet Rish back at his flat in the afternoon after he had finished hockey. We enjoyed our included breakfast at hotel Rish and then set out for the day. There was a significant chill in the air and the sky was ...

Day 15 - Sorry, I Don't Speak French.....

A travel blog entry by solorider


... day I remember the angered policeman, giving me hell for my infraction and for the fact that I am riding around 'his' country without speaking and understanding the language. All this via a translator, my passenger at the time. I shall have no such help today. Getting into the core of Montreal was certainly easier than in Ottawa. I simply believe that the signage on the arteries was way better and easier to follow. Another thing that jumped out at me as I was finding my way ...

Bien venue au Grand Prix du Canada

A travel blog entry by r10vill9


... br> Despite our vow not to race away from the track on Sunday once we were retired, we decided to eschew the post race on track activities in favour of beating the large crowd out of town so that we could spend the evening with our Toronto friends Marilyn and Paul, who are now our Ottawa friends. They are such great friends and have had such a profound and positive impact on our lives, they deserve their very own post from Ottawa which will follow in a few days.

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