Comme Chez Vous

5105 Rue Belanger, Montreal, Quebec, H1T 1C7, Canada | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Montreal


A travel blog entry by fgigase


Last weekend I left the USA for the first time since I arrived here on what seems to be forever ago, January 13th. Namely, on Friday morning we left the States behind us and took off to Canada, the land of lakes, maple syrup and Justin Bieber. Together with 9 friends, we rented two cars and we left campus at around 10.30. Both drivers were Australian and had to get used to driving on the other side of the road and were a little confused by the roundabouts, but ...

Big Island, Big City

A travel blog entry by jennyoneb


... St Lawrence River and features lock gates into the Lachine Canal. Opened in 1825 the canal was built to by-pass the Lachine Rapids which prevented ships from passing further up the St Lawrence River. The canal was widened and upgraded before it became obsolete as a result of the construction of the St Lawrence Seaway in 1959.

From the Old Town we headed up to the heart of Downtown Montreal, their equivalent of Oxford St, St Catherine Street. ...

Buildings & History

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies

... From here I walked across the river to the Canadian Museum of Civilization. Having bought my ticket I realised I was in the wrong place. My main interest is in the French & British occupations. That'll be found in the War Museum back across the bridge then. The people were nice enough to swap out the ticket and I headed off. The museum was a bit outside of the main nucleus and one of those I can see it but can't get to it types so it took a while to finally reach ...

Old Port & Old Montreal

A travel blog entry by ecoodysseys


... is the Old Port, to which I headed after parting ways with course mates who elected to take it easy and start sipping beer.
Walking tour included ascending the 192 steps to the Clock Tower where I learnt that in the old days, ships were deemed to have entered the Port of Montreal the minute they passed the tower. Below, was the beach (an artificial strip of white ...

Montrealers Winter Passions & Activities

A travel blog entry by rubyroy


... way back took the Lake Shore on lake St Louis. Snow with a bit of frozen ice, people cross country skiing , walking their dogs. It could not have been more beautiful. Later in the afternoon I picked up my friend arriving from the airport and we took the same Lake shore road at sunset. It was colder as the sunset but the light in the sky on the lake can only be experienced here.

We got home and enjoyed a toasty warm house, good wine and dinner I cooked.

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