Gite Touristique

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

The royal mountain

A travel blog entry by erniesadventure on Sep 22, 2014

... he was it was all good in the end I made it safely to the hostel. They put me in a co-ed dorm which is new to me, I'm not used to sharing a room with boys, it's alright though they are hardly ever there anyway and there is still a few girls in there, but ten people sharing one bathroom is fun, lucky there are extras on the floor. I had to hunt one down this morning cause I wanted to wash my hair before going on my walking tour and it was bloody awesome had my own little ...

Onward Ho, Eh!

A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Jul 02, 2014

8 photos

... so we had a quick skip to the front entrance.

We took the standard #selfie in front of the Basilique, which is tall and symmetrical and stunning, and then tiptoed inside. Fodor's description of the Basilique nailed it spot on, "everything about this place ... seems designed to make you gasp ... The whole place is so overwhelming it's easy to miss such lesser features." Of note, were the thousands of gold-plated stars that adorned ...

Day trip to Montreal

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Feb 25, 2014

25 photos

... just had a remodel-it even had elevators and escalators! Back to the apartment to meet up with some scrap metal guys who at 7pm at night in a busy apartment complex pushed a stove and a steel bathtub down the staircase. Hilarious for me- not so much for everyone else living in the building.We were pressed for time because jenny had a soccer game so we left straight back to Ottawa for her game. Again they won, 3-1 this time, further cementing their spot on the top of the ...

Snowing in Montreal!

A travel blog entry by helsnabu on Dec 15, 2013

3 comments, 5 photos

... go to the top of Mont Royal for the view over Montreal. We're probably going to stay in Montreal for a couple more days due to the snow storm rather than head to Quebec. I'm a bit disappointed but the roads are pretty shocking looking at the moment plus we haven't dug out our car yet - great job for the boys in the morning. Montreal's a nice city with some rather nice boulangerie, delicious bagels and excellent public transport (the Metro is ...

Walking tour of old Montreal

A travel blog entry by lilmont on Sep 23, 2013

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Both of us slept in this morning didn't wake till 6.45am we were going to have a early start today. Good heating in the basement we weren't cold last night and the socks dried. Thought we had better get up I put the kettle on made lunch and a flask of coffee while Richard had a shower and got the muesli ready then had my shower.

Went online for the address of Guidatours and the Information Centre before we walked to the Metro to go on two different lines ...