Hotel Espresso Montreal Centre-Ville/Downtown

Address: 1005 Guy Street, Montreal, Quebec, H3H 2K4, Canada | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Peter-McGill area of Montreal, is near Old Montreal (Vieux-Montreal), Canadian Centre for Architecture (Centre Canadien d'Architecture), Comedyworks, and Griffintown.
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    Crazy Weather and the Mont Royal Park

    A travel blog entry by aprilmaeeads on May 22, 2015

    12 photos

    ... walk-in customers were a necessary evil. We crowded into a lobby that had about six people waiting for bagels, in a space fit for only four.
    On the previous trip, Sherry and Arden had the pleasure of a fresh bagel right off the baking line. I was offered no such option, so I ordered a cinnamon raisin bagel that was neither cinnamony nor very raisiny (if raisiny isn’t a word, it darn well should be). It was, however, chewy, tough, and stale, so, yey ...


    A travel blog entry by lauracaron on Jan 26, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    Even if I'm writing in at my hostel in Sydney, let’s go back in time: Montreal, January 26th!

    I remember that even after I passed the airport security, I was able to see by mother and grandfather waving their hands in the air, saying goodbye. I also remember going to toilets a lot of times, more than usual in fact. A mix of stress and too much water drinking… maybe! And I wasn’t in the plane yet!

    Let’s now skip most of my ...

    Oust et la pomplemousse?!

    A travel blog entry by stephjoe on Aug 09, 2014

    ... along Avenue Mont Royal until we reached the metro station but this time headed to old Montreal by the harbour side getting off at Place-D'Armes. We wondered thought the amazing architecture along the main shopping street and down to the market being held by the harbour. It had lots of stalls of amazing things - and a little bit more English spoken! You had to buy tokens which you could swap for tasters from many of the ...

    On our way to Brussels

    A travel blog entry by howardstein on Jun 08, 2014

    ... were in Montreal, and so many memories flossed (sic. crossed) our minds of our previous times growing up and living here and the people and events that shaped our lives. Some sad and some wonderful. We left the arrival gate at the very end of the concourse and proceeded with the crowd to a more central part of the airport to find what gate position we ...

    Wednesday Montreal

    A travel blog entry by strife-13 on Oct 23, 2013


    ... and give me a shock when they wack me in the face. We arrived at Old Montreal around noon. There is no more English. All French. Oh, if only I'd brushed up on my school French. It was beautiful - it really did look like the Paris of the movies. You know how I said that in Manhattan there were sirens all the time? Well they were mainly police cars - also I saw one that put his siren on just to get a good car space. Well in Montreal, when you hear a siren it's usually a ...