Auberge Louisbourg Hotel

1649 Saint-Hubert, Montreal, Quebec, H2L 3Z1, Canada | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Montreal

Escape from New York

A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada


... t seem important right now. I spent most of the less than an hour flight in a daze. Once in Montreal, the race was on to find Air Canada, and see what my chances were of getting a flight to Winnipeg. Another line, this time I had a nice French Canadian woman to chat to. She had had her flight cancelled as well, and was supposed to be in the Caribbean by now. I remember her name was Claire, and she was the one who encouraged me to go and check with the West Jet counter when ...

Good times in Montreal

A travel blog entry by rorox


... from Rish's and crossed the impressive bridge that brought us to the first of the two islands. This island is a really green, tree covered island that gives great views back across to the city and also contains the large biosphere dome that can be seen when looking across from Montreal itself. This was built back in 1967 for the World Expo and is now used as a environment museum . From this island we headed across the bridge to the second island calledIle Notre Dame. ...

The End of Part 2: Post-Trip Reflection

A travel blog entry by sanjayzimmerman

... city a nice atmosphere. The people there all walk around drinking Matte and all seemed very happy. In fact, according to our host the country is feeling a nice period of prosperity, the scars from the Dictatorship a few decades ago are finally starting to heal and with rising commodity prices the economy has been running quite well there.

Our Airbnb host took us out to a cultural drumming march that takes place around midnight every Sunday ...

Museum Day!

A travel blog entry by alexiszfish


... science museum and the to the archaeological museum which I think was the best. There were some great views from the top. We then went back to the old town area and sat outside and ran into someone we know from the JCC in Charlotte. We went to Chinatown for dinner which was very yummy. ...


A travel blog entry by misocutlet


... br> I arrived at Notre-Dame Basilica at around half past eleven and then asked about their guided tour at the entrance. The staff member said it would be half past one. It was possible to enter the basilica without a guide, but because the guide was free, it was better to take the tour. So I went to a cafe near the basilica and killed time by surfing the Net. At 1:20, I was back in the basilica and the tour began. The guide spoke English with French accents. The basilica ...

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