Studio Montreal

105 Milton, Montreal, Quebec, H2X 2V4, Canada | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Montreal

Things I have learnt in Montreal:

A travel blog entry by oliviawilson

- What -20c feels like. - That French is very hard to learn. - That Montreal is almost as big Sydney. - There are lots of ski fields around Montreal with in 1 1/2 hour away. - Children use agendas for their homework. - When it's less the -15c we don't go out for recess or lunch. - Mittens are warmer then gloves. - We get milk at school. - When you go ice skating and fall over and land on your wrist it really, really, really hurts. - You have to provide your own supplies for ...

Culture in Montreal and cycling in Quebec City

A travel blog entry by kev_erin


... much like this. There are a couple of little "uber cool" niches called 'mile end' and 'plateau' though so we decided to wander up through the 'mile end' area and have a look at some of the coffee shops and tree lined neighbourhood streets. It was a really pretty area, somewhere you could easily live.

After our 'mile end' exploration we walked to downtown Montreal. We wandered along the main drag Rue Saint Catherine. It was strange being somewhere that ...

The MIM 2013 Exhibition & The Olympic Tower

A travel blog entry by charmedlife


... will immensely appreciate this walk through living sculptures.

At the end of the afternoon, when I'm all tuckered out, I head over to Olympic Park to see the iconic Montreal landmark, the Olympic Tower built for the 1976 summer Olympic Games. As I mentioned, I was a budding gymnast at the time, and my heroines were Olga Korbut, Cathy Rigby and the new girl, Nadia Comaneci from Romania who scored perfect 10's for the first time in the sport right here in this park. The Tower ...

Bonus Post: Travel packing essentials

A travel blog entry by segacs


... in every sane country, i.e. anywhere other than Canada or the US). The battery lasts for several days without having to be charged. It has an alarm for early morning hostel wake-ups. And using it won't turn me into a target for theft. I never used to travel with a phone at all, but in the past number of years it's become essential as pay phones are few and far between. Sometimes it's important to be able to phone for a taxi, call ...

The Old and the New Montreal

A travel blog entry by crisanddavid


... to mention "and souvenir shops by the dozens".  After window shopping most of the shops, but not managing to spend any money, we decided it was time to try out the staple food of Quebecians - Poutine. This gourmet dish consists of fries, covered with gravy and cheese curd.  We managed to share ONE of these heart attacks in waiting.  Ordered a red wine with lunch but they couldn't find a bottle in the restaurant so settled for water. Maybe ...


This hotel, located in the Le Plateau-Mont-Royal area of Montreal, is near Place des Arts, Rue Prince Arthur, Just for Laughs Museum (Musee Juste Poure Rire), and L'Opera de Montreal.
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