Econo Lodge Brossard

Address: 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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      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:

      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.

      And away we go!

      A travel blog entry by skyisblu on Sep 01, 2013


      ... br> So now we wait, upstairs, since gate 88 of Trudeau Airport is downstairs and it's smelly down there. A quick hop to Detroit and then a rather longer jump across the ocean to Narita and we'll find ourselves in Tokyo, ready for another great adventure. See you on the flipside -

      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 ...

      Cold Feet... no but really.

      A travel blog entry by carolyn.saund on Mar 16, 2013

      ... t know if you knew this, but
      everybody here speaks French. Like, a lot of French. Now, I may be “fluent” by
      Tufts standards, and sure, I've used my French here to get around (e.g. “where
      is the entrance to the underground city?”) but this is actually just a shock. I
      thought of French Canada as this beautiful mix of French and English, together
      at last, frolicking in the mouths of its residents, ...

      Enjoying the Frenchness

      A travel blog entry by vagrant_reality on Jul 18, 2012

      ... we explored the wrong parts of the cemetary where all the new graves are when it is the older graves that all look really awesome. We were lucky enough to find a grave with the name ‘Fred Skeleton’ on it though which gave us some laughs.

      I had a fantastic time in Montreal, learning little bits of French and riding around. However, I was ready to move on to New York and catch up with Lauren, who I met at Niagara ...