Gite Touristique

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

Au Retour a Canada!

A travel blog entry by billnpat on May 28, 2015

1 comment, 20 photos

... than the 18th. There are dozens of large brick factory buildings lined along the river, each one having been built as a fabric factory in the early 1800s. The town was a thriving fabric centre for some 100 years. Now the town itself seems a bit down at the heel, and the factory buildings are being converted to “luxury” condominiums, except for 2 buildings at the centre, which now comprise the Museum.
And what a museum it is! The first ...

What A Difference A Day Makes!

A travel blog entry by melapet on Oct 02, 2014

5 photos

... today with clear, blue skies!

Arrived back at point one and had another think. Oh My Gosh, I was going to go to the Botanical Gardens. I had heard they were lovely. Right now they are hosting an illuminated lantern exhibit. As I mentioned yesterday, the tourist information bureau is super good. Wish it were closer to a metro stop and the train station, but the workers are just so very helpful. And ...

Mundo Lingo

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Jul 08, 2014

I got myself on a bus to Montreal which was a pretty painless 2 and a half hours. However, Greyhound bus company. IS. THE. WORST. BUS. COMPANY. IN. THE. WORLD. If i never sat on another one of their buses, I would be happy. The drivers are rude as hell. When we got to Montreal the guy wouldn't even let me get my own bag off the bus because not everyone was off the bus yet. Are you serious mate? My bag is ...

Where it all started...

A travel blog entry by nomadic-bears on Apr 24, 2014

1 photo

... be able to spend more time in the rockies. I of course wanted to join. It sounded absolutely sublime!

I ended up moving from a little town right in between the border of Quebec and Ontario to Laval (I've been moving around a lot with my parents ever since I could remember.) So now, as I was much closer and we were good friends, we started seeing each other almost everyday and started to grow a ...

The Love I Never Knew I Had

A travel blog entry by packingitin on Jan 13, 2014

4 comments, 1 photo

... 8217;s one lesson life has taught me it’s that when we think things should happen and when they actually happen—if at all—don’t always coincide. We don’t control luck and timing, only perspective and attitude.

Being single on the backside of forty offers loads (and loads) of time and opportunity for self-exploration. The most important relationship we can nurture is the one we have with ourselves, and few things test ...