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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... walking in the rain all day, and were wet and cold. But, after we dried off and did a bit of washing, we caught up with 1 of Dave's friends from home who happened to be in Montreal at the same time as us. After a few drinks with them, we headed (with everyone) back towards the hostel to go bowling. It had been about 5 years, maybe more since I have bowled, so needless to say I lost. But it was fun to do it again after so long. Definitely in need of some practice though.
... br> We walked along St Paul's Street, had dinner and the next morning went down to the waterfront. We concluded we picked a bad day to arrive here so we decided to move along and keep going east.
We stayed in Sherbrooke in what was the best Motel I have ever seen. We got there early so finally had an afternoon of rest and a swim in their pool.
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(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 ...