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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... coming out of everyone’s covered mouths. Back to
house to warm up.
In the afternoon
decide on a longer excursion to the Metro supermarket. Getting a bit cold, and quite weary by the
time we get back home. Murray finds he’s lost one of the lenses from his
glasses, so after picking Ollie up from kindergarten in the car, we drive down
to where he took his glasses off, and he eventually finds it hidden in the