Pied-A-Terre Shambhala Montreal

7210 Rue Saint-Denis, Montreal, Quebec, H2R 2E2, Canada | Hostel
 

Travel Blogs from Montreal

Musing of Montreal

A travel blog entry by hjgm

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... it one at a time, no massive surge, just orderly. They also line up along the curb, thereby leaving the footpath (sidewalk) free for other pedestrians to walk past. I was so amazed and impressed. Simple courteous behaviours, like these, make living and moving about a big city much easier. Also no one ran into me. I walked on footpaths during busy times and no one bumped into me, this never happens in Australia. In Sydney I've previously thought maybe people cannot see ...

I can't read French!

A travel blog entry by suep21

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Speaking English is not a problem here. After I say bonjour I then follow up with "English?" But all menu's are written in French. Through out Canada everything has been written in English & French. Amanda said it is has to be in both. Not in Montreal. No English. Breakfast is included @ this hotel and it's in a cafe. On the wall it has a menu. The only thing on that menu I can read is "club sandwich" tonight I was hungry and walked into this place that I could ...

Day 30 - Quebec to Montreal

A travel blog entry by fis

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... no extensive security, free wifi, relatively direct. Don't think I would want to do long distance along but a few hours is good. Today I got net flix to work so I watched a movie (Thor) was pretty good. Once in Montreal I decided to get a cab to the hotel after finding out it would be a 30 min walk. And with my bag. That's not very appealing. The hotel is nice, no elevator tho and I'm on the 3rd floor. Luckily for me the guy at ...

Montreal

A travel blog entry by janeandsam

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... a big fight had kicked off and there were gun shots, which scared the **** out of me! Loads of people were standing around waiting until it was safe, Sam and I just found this group of big black dudes and used them as human shields!!! It was scary, however these guys were from Boston and were actually pretty cool. There were two girls with them, one was Puerto Rican and Sam kept getting her to say 'hey pappi' ha ha - ...

Old Montreal

A travel blog entry by marty_sk

My bikes last owner seems like he took great care of it but as I need to get the tyres changed anyway I drop her off for a decent service (valve clearances, timing chain etc). Kevin and I jump on some bikes and spend the afternoon in old Montreal. The jazz festival is on and we check out a couple of ...

Location

This hostel, located in the Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie area of Montreal, is near Jean-Talon Market, Chinatown, Little Italy, and Rue Saint-Laurent.
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