Gite Touristique

Address: 1035 Rue Saint-Hubert St., Montreal, Quebec, DT4 8DN, Canada | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Montreal


A travel blog entry by joshsenior on Jul 09, 2015

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... off for a Canadian Bagel. They are very similar to the U.S. Bagel, however are cooked in a wood fire oven, so have much more flavour. Following the tour, we had the option to keep the bike for the day, so we cycled over to a couple of islands in the middle of the Saint-Laurent River. One is where the World Fair was held in the 1960s and the other hosts the Montréal Grand Prix each year. We raced our bikes around the Grand Prix track, which was surprisingly more fun than ...

The Old, and Cold, Montreal

A travel blog entry by oski on Dec 27, 2014

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... and we continued on along Rue Saint Paul. We passed the Old Port, which was done up in lights and decorations for the holidays, and several galleries and designer boutiques that featured fur, as necessity as opposed to design. The streets were getting busier with people; families and couples out for an early evening stroll in the quaint streets of the old town.

We are from California and Fiona is from Texas, so despite how much we were ...

Poutine time

A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Sep 07, 2014

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... to get to the gate of Parc du Mont and its a very green and pretty park. There are a lot of locals running during their lunch time, up and down the steps on the hill some with ease, others with not so much ease.

Its a little climb to the view point but we get up there. Once you get to a clearing there is a nice castle looking building in front of you. There garden is quite pretty with the flowers still in bloom. There is a piano set up for the public to ...

Onward Ho, Eh!

A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Jul 02, 2014

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... ork-7). Spending a lot of time in the store and becoming friends with the tearistas allowed us to learn a little more about the history of this Canadian-born prodigy, which lead to our desire to visit a store in Canada. They are found most prominently in Montreal, and the David's Tea we went to happened to be the second store location ever ( réal-11). Unfortunately, all of the ...

Montreal....Je t'aime! :D

A travel blog entry by tigerjo on Nov 04, 2013

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Montreal is home to many great museums and attractions - I loved climbing Mount Royal for the views over the city; watching the ridiculously cute otter and trying to spot a sloth at the Biodome; being enchanted by the chinese lanterns at the ...