Auberge Alternative Du Vieux-Montreal

358 St.-Pierre, Montreal, Quebec, H2Y 2M1, Canada | Hostel
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    Musing of Montreal

    A travel blog entry by hjgm on May 09, 2014

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    ... I mastered the Metro. I knew what day it was better to get a $10 day ticket (with all the trips I did it turned out to be $2 a trip) and when to get a return $5.50 or a single $3. I knew my station, which direction it was to and from the location I was endeavouring to get to. I was thoroughly impressed by the ease and simplicity of the system.

    Here in Montreal I also had my first try of poutine, a traditional Canadian dish. I cannot believe it isn't available ...

    I can't read French!

    A travel blog entry by suep21 on Jan 14, 2014

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    ... I'm facing. But I managed to get there. The lake was frozen over. There is ice skating, sledding ,tobogganing and skiing going on there. Going from the lake to the lookout was a difficult walk because some of the path was so icy. I saw two guys walking on the snow with walking ski things and thought they got it right. The walk was worth it. The view was nice. I would like to see it on a clear day. I then walked to St Joseph Oratory. It is the largest shrine ...

    Tuesday Montreal

    A travel blog entry by strife-13 on Oct 22, 2013

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    ... there enjoying our wine, listening to all the French conversations and getting sleepy. Decided to pay and go upstairs for a little rest. The cost of wine time - $45.00!!!!!!! And there was no smiling! Feeling ripped off, we came upstairs and had a nap. Woke after 8, washed and dressed and set off in search of dinner. By this time is was well after 9. Lucky we were not in Noosa - everything would have been closed by now:) Ended up back at the same Italian ...

    Another week in Montreal

    A travel blog entry by jennyoneb on Oct 08, 2013

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    Montreal is a very interesting city. It has a long history as a city of vice, partying and entertainment, a reputation that is still strong today. The city is a mix of two major nationalities, British and French. For many years the city was divided, with the northern part being solely French speaking Canadians and the south part being solely English speaking Canadians.

    Today, although the parts are more mixed and people of both languages live in ...

    If Hunger Were an Olympic Sport...

    A travel blog entry by carolyn.saund on Mar 18, 2013

    ... the
    (surprisingly long) length of the park, then the (also surprisingly long) width
    distance to a cross-street which google maps promised us to hold the
    long-awaited breakfast. So, we walk along, silently, smelling the bread factory
    across the street, tensions high due to everyone's hunger, and lo, ne'r a bar
    and grill in sight. Just a massive, concrete hotel/relic of 1986, and a gas
    station. What happened then? What ...