La Maison du Patriote

Address: 169, St-Paul Est, Montreal, Quebec, H2Y 1G8, Canada | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Vieux-Montreal area of Montreal, is near Notre-Dame Basilica (Basilique Notre-Dame), Château Ramezay Museum, Bonsecours Market (Marche Bonsecours), and Le Bateau-Mouche.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Maison du Patriote Montreal

      Reviewed by riddler

      old part of Montreal

      Reviewed Jun 23, 2012
      by (21 reviews) Frankfurt , Germany Flag of Germany

      one step out of the door and you stand in the middle of the city center. With a lot of nice restaurant, near the habour (2 Min). Very good place to start long walks. Every time again.
      The best are the lot of tips at the walls inside the hostel. Everything what do ask yourself (supermarket, train, what must I see....) you find there your answers. Very helpful

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      TripAdvisor Reviews La Maison du Patriote Montreal

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Montreal

      We've given a new meaning to punctual..

      A travel blog entry by sydalextrip on Jul 10, 2013

      2 photos

      So like I said before Alex and I are 10 hours early for our fight to Paris. The security man laughed at us and the check in lady said we couldn't even check our bags until 6:55... We have been here since 1. Had our last Canadian Starbucks (Alex had his usual crazy expensive drink). Looking forward to the red eye fight so that we can catch some ZZZ's as we are pretty exhausted from running around the past few ...

      Summer in Montreal

      A travel blog entry by samlambert on Aug 22, 2012

      10 photos

      ... on behind the facade in Montreal, and it's far more cosmopolitan.

      My advice is quickly do the "must-see" Montreal and start behaving like a local, pick your time of visit based around a festival of interest, or simply spend evenings hopping between trendy roof-top bars in a city that encourages you everyone to head out after dark. I only got my first "feel" of the city when I gave up trying to see it through a visitor's eyes and hopped on the metro and followed its ...


      A travel blog entry by healsby on Jun 30, 2012

      5 photos

      ... to introduce herself to the locals by walking into a passing jogger and got shouted at, but apart from that it was an uneventful walk until we reached the lake. The lake had loads of groups of ducklings and was absolutely packed with goldfish, so we threw bagels (which were handily all over the floor) for them to eat. As we were hanging around, we saw dogs everywhere.... One lady had been jogging with her pug and dropped the lead without realising, so he was ...

      Go Canadiens!

      A travel blog entry by dkontour on Nov 01, 2011

      2 comments, 9 photos

      ... to Mont Royal Park. We stopped off at a supermarket on the way to get everything we needed for a packed lunch then we set off in the rough direction of the park, hoping it would be pretty obvious where it was when we got near.

      We went past the university where there were quite a few protestors, then past the hospital before moving away from the tall buildings and into the flat open area of the park. It didn’t remain flat for very long though and the walk to the top ...

      18,000 RPM

      A travel blog entry by pwong on Jun 11, 2011

      11 photos

      ... by some truly stellar bread.

      Though busy, I expected a larger crowd at the metro station but it is only qualifying, after all - it'll probably be chaos on race day. The atmosphere wasn't quite like I had expected - definitely busy, but there wasn't the real buzz in the air that I hoped for. The support race immediately preceding qualifying involved Porsches - a far cry from the technology of modern F1 cars. The atmosphere improved greatly as the ...