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TravelPod Member ReviewsChez Maurice Montreal
We really enjoyed staying here. Wonderful host. The Breakfast is unbelievable - kept us going ti whole day.
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The gold records and recording studio was realistic
The Winter scene was amazing with one of Québec’s most versatile actors who acts in English and French Roy Dupuis. The details of the face, skin and paint were incredible with the ice hanging from the face.
The Sports room was pretty amazing with many Canadian hockey heros. I had to be photographed with my childhood hero Guy Lafleur but ...
... and I wandered through a few nearby department stores hoping it would cease, but no such luck. I strolled back to my hostel in the rain, just enjoying the walk, and was happy to see two bags in my room waiting for me! That night I scored a free dinner courtesy of the hostel and enjoyed the cheap drinks for an hour or two while they had a live band play.
The next day (as has been the case after a rainy day) was sunny and warmer so I caught the metro ...
... asking for directions, and after checking our ids and the guys got frisked, up in the elevator we went! Really nice view from the top of the Montreal lights at night. We had a drink and watched some of the craziness on the dance floor.
It would have been nice to stay for a dance, but we needed our beauty sleep for our Ottawa trip tomorrow. Left the club about 12 and walked home. Was a fun ...
... And each mall had a sizable food court with food vendors ranging from Thai, Indian, Japanese, French, and American. If it wasn't for the hefty 15% sales tax, we'd buy something other than ice cream.
We made a quick stopover at the hotel to freshen up and decide on a place to eat dinner. We went over to the lively Plateau neighborhood. We first stopped at Mamie Clafoutis for a pastry snack. Then we went over to Au Pied ...
... city and we were lucky enough to have chosen impressive accommodation in the historic part of the city (at a very reasonable price). The city copes with the freezing winter temperatures (which sometimes drop to around -40) by building much of it underground. You can catch the subway or walk the myriad of tunnels to walk or shop from one part of the city to the other all underground. The bit above ground is ...