Hotel de L'Elysee

Address: 1633, rue Saint-Hubert, Montreal, Quebec, H2L 3Z1, Canada | Hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Montreal

        Montreal...our final city and it is on an Island

        A travel blog entry by pamandpete on Sep 14, 2015

        19 photos

        ... to the underground shopping and food outlets underneath the hotel. We were later to find out more about the underground shopping in the city. At 1.00pm we were back on the bus for a city tour with our guide Russell. Russell was a very big boy with a passion for his city that matched his size! I compiled lots of snippets on the iPad from the huge amount of information he gave us as we drove around. Montreal was established in 1642. The population is 1.8 million and 4 ...

        Au Retour a Canada!

        A travel blog entry by billnpat on May 28, 2015

        1 comment, 20 photos

        ... spires and old brick buildings, and a couple of blocks of small shops… bookstores, cafes, outdoor supplies.
        From Hanover we took a small byway for a couple of hours through lovely Vermont countryside, more hilly and wooded than we have been seeing, with the occasional little town with its general store and garage, right out of Norman Rockwell.
        An early afternoon stopover was the original Ben and Jerry’s ice cream factory, a must see ...

        A week in Montreal

        A travel blog entry by erlandsen on Sep 29, 2014

        9 photos

        ... Our evenings in Montreal were full on with an ice hockey game between Montreal and Colorado a highlight. With Glen providing coaching we were able to understand the rules and were entertained with a local win ( 3 to 2 in overtime). Hotdogs and beer reigned. We also went to a jazz club and joined locals at some local bars after top class dining each night. Teresa and Glen were fantastic hosts and even after the passage of time nothing ...

        The First Leg of the Journey

        A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Aug 05, 2014

        19 photos

        I have never been to Canada before (well prior to today at least) so it seemed appropriate that I should include our neighbor to the north in my journey to the west coast. It seemed like a better option than driving through the midwest (sorry midwest....). But it turns out that until you reach the big cities, there really isn't much in Canada either. A lot of farms. A lot of tractors. A lot of empty space. In ...

        Return to Montreal and still one more week to go!

        A travel blog entry by melmar_qc2014 on Jun 29, 2014

        Another full week to spend in Montreal, discovers the suburbs, parks, restaurants...
        It's the jazz festival so will have to go see a few free shows...I think we should go to the Bota Bota spa on the st-Lawrence rive in the city too for a relaxing day:) While ...