Pied-A-Terre Shambhala Montreal

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

Culture in Montreal and cycling in Quebec City

A travel blog entry by kev_erin


After our overnight ferry from St Petersburg we disembarked once again in Helsinki. We didn't have much time before our flight out so we made our way straight to the airport. We had flights booked to Montreal, Canada but with a stopover in Paris. The fact that Paris was the stopover location made it feel like we were backtracking again because we had only just been in Paris a few days earlier. After a 3 hour flight to Paris and then an 8 hour flight to Montreal we were ...

Exploring Cobblestones & Cathedrals

A travel blog entry by charmedlife


... I went off the beaten path.

I continue my promenade along historic streets to that most venerated of Montreal's churches, La Basilique Notre-Dame de Montreal (The Notre-Dame Basilica of Montreal). Rising from the change in elevation from Rue Sainte-Sulpice to la Place d'Armes, the Basilica squeezes itself into the narrow streets of the Old City, on Rue Notre-Dame. Walking across the square teeming with tourists, street performers entertain kids with ...

Bonus Post: Travel packing essentials

A travel blog entry by segacs


... a computer with me is a non-negotiable.

  • Rocket stick. Also known as a dongle in most of the world, a Rocket stick is a USB device that plugs into any computer to provide wireless connectivity. These aren't so popular anymore, since they've largely been replaced with internet-enabled mobile phones or tethering devices, but they still work perfectly to provide internet access just about anywhere with ...

Oh Montreal How We Love Thee!

A travel blog entry by musictechqueen


... in Montreal before leaving the next day. This one was called Week-ends Du Monde at Parc Jean-Drapeau. It is basically a World Music Festival with music, dance and food from Africa, South America and Latin America. the atmosphere was pretty chaotic and there were lots of people and long lines for drinks and food but it was good to go and see the Parc and hear some African music and get some yummy Brazilian food for dinner.

We got home around 7pm and had an early night as tomorrow we were off to ...

The Old and the New Montreal

A travel blog entry by crisanddavid


Today, Tuesday, was our chance to have a break from the hustle and bustle of sightseeing and take a trip uptown to the new Montreal.  Caught the subway from just down the road from Tara and Tim's home and with one change (total 6 stops) arrived in the centre of Montreal. Met Tara for lunch before wandering around the city and McGill University which is the largest university in Montreal. Then  headed down the escalators to look around the ...


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