Auberge de Paris
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAuberge de Paris Montreal
Not as expensive as the HI hostel in town - this one's right near St-Denis and has lots of character. They put doors on the shower stalls this time 'round, which is a total plus.
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... this did not work well. I had a drink at the bar
downstairs, used the internet and then got ready for the night and next day. We meet up in the lobby with the whole group and headed over to the station. We caught a train into the city and then went to Crescent restaurant for an included dinner. By now i was tired and had a massive headache, so after dinner – which was very good i went back to the station, back to the hotel and went to ...
... from downtown and get off to walk to the cafe. Mile End is a cool little place. Again it has a Surry Hills / Camden feel to it. Cool retro clothing stores, cute cafes and restaurants.
We get to the Social Club and inside it looks like an old pub turn cafe, outside however is different. There are communal benches and lots of locals catching up over a cup of coffee or students nursing a coffee while studying and sponging off wifi. There is no space for us outside so ...
... were either over booked or fully booked, was heading towards my original destination, and scheduled to get there in plenty of time to catch my flight to Vancouver. This was now no longer direct, as they'd only been able to get me on a flight with one stopover in Calgary when I'd had to change it last week. Whatever, I was finally headed in the right direction, and I wouldn't need to change any more flights or hotel bookings, apart from calling to cancel the ...
... and step on my foot simultaneously. It isn't an easy city to enter, by bike at least. I faced the backest of back alleys, the worst of roads, freeways, an airport, seedy neighborhoods, and one way traffic that tried its best to turn me right back around to Ottawa. But I persevered, and found myself at the center of town right on schedule. I left my phone charger in Ottawa two days ago, and thus my first stop, the Apple store. Not to buy a new charger, but to use theirs. ...
... we wizzed past Place D'Youville and the Bank of Montreal, their equivalent of Wall St, various moments to the founders of the city and appreciated the majesty of the Notre-Dame Basilica before coming to our last stop at Place De La Dauversiere. Here we admired another copy of a statue from somewhere in Europe, viewed the last of Montreal's fortified walls that were knocked down to better facilitate the farmers markets in the 1800's and gazed on their City Hall.