La Maison du Patriote
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Maison du Patriote Montreal
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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... for a big group as well as cheap OPI nail varnish of course but I guess these are the top 5.
Things I definitely won’t miss:
1.Canadian Banking system
2.Tipping at leas 15% on EVERYTHING
3.Having to add tax to the price
4.Mobile phone billing system and paying to receive calls!
5.Not being able to buy alcohol in the supermarket
I’d also like to mention Poutine and people asking if where abouts in Australia I’m from.