Travel Blogs from Montreal
Upon waving goodbye to our new favourite city of Toronto, we boarded our very first long haul coach journey to Montreal, in French Canada. After the seven hour journey, including the metro, we finally stepped out onto the road our hostel was on.. into the pouring rain. We promptly decided to extend the journey further by turning the wrong way down …
... for 3 months. This was something I had wanted to do since I was 16.
I decided to seize the moment and do all this now, while I was still young and have no real responsibilities that would prevent me from doing so. I don’t have kids, or a mortgage or anything like that. One thing really stuck with me during my trip to Israel: I was speaking to someone who, after our 2 week organized trip said she was going to continue to travel for 3 months ...
... with CN stenciled on its front and side, hauling a long mixed consist consisting of open freight cars, covered boxcars and tanker wagons.Sensing that such a long load was tough for a single loco, I expected another loco at the end of it, but right about the middle of the train came a furiously working identical loco (#8014), probably it is better to have it in the middle of the formation to regenerate brake pressure due to the length, though it is a ...
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- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMontreal Central
this place was great! a little more expensive than the average hostel but thats because it was basically a hotel with the attmosphere of a hotel.
i didnt get a chance to participate in any of the activities planned due to my personal schedual but it was full of people and fun every night! and the staff are not only helpful and polite but sooo friendly! happy to chat and always smiling. great location too, walking distance to everything! loved it and will be staying there again nxt tim ei visit montreal!
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