Auberge Le Pomerol

819 Blvd de Maisonneuve East, Montreal, Quebec, H2L 1Y7, Canada | 3 star hotel
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Montreal tu es tres Cool!

A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie


... a plenty in Montreal.

It’s maybe a little too cool for us. Whilst most people we spoke to were friendly overall the place does not feel as inviting as Quebec or Toronto. The French is also very weird, it uses a strange accent a bit like Scouse French and Montrealans will quickly tut at any attempt to use French French and revert to ...

Day 26

A travel blog entry by kiriandalex


... the building and even see into some of the rooms with no railings or even security in sight! We went to grab a bite to eat in town and found that one street was packed with stalls selling ribs, pulled pork and loads of other yummy BBQ things! It turns out it was the third of four days of their Ribtoberfest, and people had travelled from all over America and Canada to ...

Parades & Piers

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies

... city. Not shiny and new, nor old and decrepid. Just used. Ad whilst I am still definitely in fakefranceland the quality of English here is a lot better than Quebec City. I had another early night. My evenings are gaining a pretty inactive feel to them. I think this is for a couple of reasons. Primarily there just aren't people in the hostels to hang out with. As I've mentioned before they have a completely different vibe to proper backpacker ...

YUL be glad to hear...

A travel blog entry by segacs


... what's different instead of familiar. There are always those nervous jitters whenever I head out to someplace unfamiliar, and certainly I expect that Africa will be one of the biggest challenges yet. But that's the point, right? How boring life would be if it were scripted in advance, if you always knew what to expect.

Anyway, at the moment I'm not really thinking about ...

Montrealers Winter Passions & Activities

A travel blog entry by rubyroy


... depending on how heavy the snow fall. First the highways, bus stops, bridges, tunnels, then main streets especially downtown, then important streets, then residential areas, followed by bike paths ( yes there are people who cycle in winter!!
The side walks are sanded or graveled to ensure its safe to walk. Never put salt on cement it will eat away at it. The streets are salted or gravel led so cars can drive.
We do this over and over again.

When ...

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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent