Econo Lodge Brossard

8350 Boulevard Taschereau, Brossard, Quebec, J4X 1C2, Canada | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 8350 Boulevard Taschereau, Brossard, is near Victoria Bridge, Maison Saint-Gabriel, City Hall, and St-Lambert Lock.
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    Travel Blogs from Brossard

    The event preceding our decision....(backflash)

    A travel blog entry by michelbouchard on Mar 13, 2014

    1 comment

    ... this to the end and not getting bored by it, there is still time to book at the same place than us. It is a nice place and very affordable. (look at the site for villa prices: www.pirateland.com)

    Follow us on our journey again.
    Hope to hear from you if we do not see you there.

    P.S. 2: I wrote this at the beginning of the week and since we had snow (20 cm.). If we needed a reason to go south, there it is.
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    My conclusions but before....

    A travel blog entry by michelbouchard on Apr 01, 2013

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    ... Pennsylvania gang (2), the New York gang (2), la gang du Lac St-Jean (they really do not speak a lot of English). We did that at a supper at a place called Damon's. Good conversation but the food was average (we have the best ribs up here). the we celebrated with a half price banana split (every Thursday in winter).
    March 29:
    Well I lied. Sorry. We decide to stay another day. You must dress in ...

    Montreal

    A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Jan 18, 2013

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    ... and bought some fruits there and left. Then I got into the underground city. I just walked and walked and lost several times. I heard the underground city developed in Montreal because of the cold weather of the city. It looked convenient for Montrealers, but it was a maze for tourists. Incidentally, the underground city is the longest of the world and Toronto's one is the largest of the world. Anyway, I travelled back to Toronto by overnight bus after that and flew back to ...

    Dining in the dark

    A travel blog entry by healsby on Jun 29, 2012

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    ... about an hour and a half so were getting a bit antsy, so Laura, Gem and I had a bit of a rave at the back of the van, which was hilarious. In the end, we didn't get into Montreal until 6pm, after setting off at 10am. Casey had booked us a table at a restaurant called O Noir, which is staffed by blind people where you dine in complete darkness. We ordered before we went into the eating area and Laura and I both ordered calamari to start (ther ...

    Grateful No#4

    A travel blog entry by dnmchin on Nov 15, 2011

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    ... any skateboarder.

    After a massive day/afternoon of walking around, we retired to our hotel room to get in some rest before heading out to Notre Dame Basilica to watch the "And Then There Was Light" show. Despite it not being exactly what we thought it was going to be and some bad acting it was a really good show. It walked you through the history of the French settling in Montreal and how the Notre Dame came to be. In the end it unveiled the AMAZING alter which ...