Hotel Bon Accueil

1601 rue St-Hubert, Montreal, Quebec, H2L 3Z1, Canada | 2 star hotel
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    Parks, Playgrounds and Little Italy

    A travel blog entry by rachinamerica on Jun 23, 2014

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... to prove itself. Fail. I will never return there and I won't be sad about it. And let me just say with disgust that there was nothing Italian about the place. We jumped on the metro bound for Mont Royal. It was only three short stops away from Little Italy but the difference was remarkable. Much cleaner, less broken glass and more shops that actually look like shops and not an out of business gas station. We walked up the Main Street for a while, but I had a plan to go ...

    Port Orchard Taxi

    A travel blog entry by atomdelmar71 on Feb 13, 2014

    ... maybe a conference, the interview, an enchanting evening you planned, one of the most logical and appropriate choice you can make is always to call the best cab service Port Orchard. This provider is available on the market for many years now, and it knows everything about satisfying the clients. The cars they drive tend to be at their best. Which isn't even all. Now, they give you a new class of cabs, referred to as the S Class. These Port Orchard cabs ...

    Wednesday Montreal

    A travel blog entry by strife-13 on Oct 23, 2013

    3 comments

    ... We were about 5 blocks from it at Old Montreal, so remembering how easy it is to walk 5 blocks in Manhattan, we set off. The blocks are bigger in Canada. The street we were after was called Rue St Denis (pronounced "Denee"). We eventually found it - by this time I was getting starving, We walked along it for quite a while and it went from boring to seedy. Lots and lots of eating places but most were closed. I'm thinking perhaps it's like Darlinghurst in Sydney - seedy ...

    Montreal Fun!!

    A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 14, 2013

    12 photos

    ... old town it was almost time for us to go back to the apartment and meet Rish. We were also getting quite hungry which was so surprise as it was almost 2pm, a good 4 or so hours after we ate breakfast. On our journey back to the apartment we popped into the supermarket and grabbed some ingredients to make gourmet sandwiches at Rish's apartment. A new favourite of ours is turkey. Not a meat often used in Australia but so tasty and it works so well with some many different ...

    The day French stopped being sexy

    A travel blog entry by thessalonikia on Aug 01, 2013

    18 photos

    ... and by the end I was rather exhausted. It didn't help that as soon as you cross into Canada the speed limits drop drastically and change into kilometers. Driving 70 on the highway may seem fabulous until you realize that it translates to approximately 43 mph. The other obnoxious element was the constant transitioning from 90 to 50 (from 55 to 30). On a five-mile stretch they must have switched back and forth ...