Chez Maurice

Address: 4543 Fabre , Montreal, Quebec, Canada | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChez Maurice Montreal

Reviewed by sydandval

Wonderful B=B in Montreal

Reviewed May 30, 2012
by (4 reviews) Perth , Australia Flag of Australia

We really enjoyed staying here. Wonderful host. The Breakfast is unbelievable - kept us going ti whole day.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Chez Maurice Montreal

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Travel Blogs from Montreal

The MIM 2013 Exhibition & The Olympic Tower

A travel blog entry by charmedlife on Aug 07, 2013

38 photos

... is a big shock after being surrounded by so much greenery, to suddenly be surrounded by concrete, but I'm impressed with the restoration of the park. They've created a living environment, a Biodome, out of the old velodrome, and are adding new elements to the park as well. There's a lot to be done, such as adding some plantlife! Right now it's a haven for skateboarders. It's a long hot walk across concrete to get to the entrance to the tower, but the view is worth the walk and the wait.

Bonus Post: Travel packing essentials

A travel blog entry by segacs on Jul 14, 2013

4 comments, 1 photo

... I'll supplement with shorts, sweatpants and/or a skirt, depending on the destination.

  • Shoes. Depending on the type of trip, I'll pack either three or four pairs. That's a lot, by backpacking standards, but I usually wear the bulkiest ones on the plane (the hiking shoes) and the others pack up quite small. Aside from the hiking shoes, I always take a pair of flip-flops for grungy showers or beachwear, and if ...

Montreal - the French adventure continues...

A travel blog entry by elandaa on Jun 17, 2013

1 comment, 12 photos

... back along the St Laurence River through the suburbs of LaSalle and Verdun.

The canal was built to create a shipping path around the rapids in the river. The ride was flat and pretty easy going. The canal has 6 locks, and perhaps even more fascinating was the amazing array of low level bridges across the canal for roads and railways that either lifted (drawbridge and lifting spans) or rotated to allow shipping traffic to pass. It was clear though that the canal was ...

Notre Dame, Celine Dion and pink carriages!

A travel blog entry by susieandgray on Sep 11, 2012

6 photos

... off to the train station, so we could see the form in prep for our rather exciting train departure to Quebec Wed. One can be driven right INTO the station beneath ground. Such an efficient system. We met the hugely helpful and charming Marc whom we need to look out for tomorrow.

We then purchased Metro tickets ...

Je ne parle pas français

A travel blog entry by kalpesh_gohil on Mar 19, 2012

128 photos

... a separate blog. Wed night we went down to the best sports bar in the world, this was evidenced by three things a) the first pic you see is of two kids with a chicken on the side (many jokes were made). b) Dogs freely walked in and went on the gambling machines. c) They were playing crowded house. Need to get this franchise going. Then went to a pub for some late night drinks were several hours of pommie, aussie and canadian ...