Vacances Canada M.D

5155, avenue de Gaspé, Montreal, Quebec, H2T 2A1 , Canada | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Montreal

Walking Mont Royal and the Canadiens

A travel blog entry by wheresmisty

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... came across a cross sculpture. Apparently it is illuminated at night and it can be seen from 80km away. Its a real pity that there was graffiti all over the base. We could walk right up to it, walk around it, but unfortunately, not up it. The views would have been spectacular. I have to reveal something personal here....my feet were ...freezing after all that walking outside in the park and pounding the streets. Weird right?! I had my new Canadiens beanie on to keep the top of ...

Day 13-Ottawa to Montreal

A travel blog entry by fis

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... Before we have to go back to the bus. Next stop was for our group photo and lunch. Had some Poutine for lunch, it was ok. Not the best I've ever had. After lunch was our optional jet boat ride. This is a high speed boat ride over the Laurent river rapids. Lots of fun. We got very wet. Photos and video will come later they are on my camera. We got the train downtown for dinner tonight. It's great when the lines are colour coded especially since everything here is ...

Bonus Post: Travel packing essentials

A travel blog entry by segacs

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... and sometimes you'll encounter power failures or places without electricity. I have a little one from MEC that has lasted practically forever, with the occasional replacement battery.

  • Polar fleece top. If you're going someplace cold, it's the best way to add a layer of warmth to whatever you're wearing, without adding bulk. Even you're going to a hot country, remember that it can drop down in temperature at night. ...

Oh Montreal How We Love Thee!

A travel blog entry by musictechqueen

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... Louis, through the boroughs of Lachine, Lasalle and Sud-Ouest the canal gets its name from the French word for China (La Chine). The European explorers dreamt of finding a route from New France to the Western Sea and there on to China and hence auspiciously the region where the canal was built was named Lachine. The canal is situated on land originally granted by the King of France to the Sulpician Order. Beginning in 1689, attempts were made by the French ...

Montreal by bike - Day 44

A travel blog entry by sydandval

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... René-Lévesque that is at the end of the canal and then followed the river bank back past the Lachine Rapids. It was a long way back, with the last section through some suburban roads. By the time we returned the bikes, after cycling about 40kms we were ready to take the Metro up to plateau Mont Royale and walk home. Over the course of the day, the clouds had blown away leaving it warm and sunny. What was left of the afternoon was spent watching golf on TV.

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This hostel, located in the Le Plateau-Mont-Royal area of Montreal, is near Parc du Mont-Royal, Rue Saint-Laurent, Plateau Mont-Royal, and Les Grands Ballets Canadiens.
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