Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Dorion Montreal
Travel Blogs from Montreal
... to the train announcements carefully enough to realise you do not pronounce the 't' in Montréal. Retrospective embarrassment for a lifelong mistake, sorry Quebec! And also, I'll need to find out where the quiet bars are, for right now I am sitting before a huge LCD screen playing NFL, with really bad club and rock music blaring intermittently, as though in a contest for pop control of Montréal's listening pleasure. But it is true what one of my new roommates said to me ...
... goes on and on.I kind of thought i got out of the bus and i actually flew back to europe and i ended up in marseille!It didnt feel like i am in Canada!
I still got to do a few things in the city,its acutally a pretty big city with a lot of museums,nice little boutiques,lots of music and festivals and they even have a mountain *mount real*...which is actually just a little hill comparing to the alps back home.I miss it!!
... stirring experience. Though the village's main artery measured but 200 metres end to end, the placid enchantment of this little place touched something inside me that seemed bottomless.
And while Bandipur was remarkable to me, the experience doesn’t stand alone. I’ve had heaps of other unforgettable moments in scores of locations around the globe in recent years. When they arrive I breathe deep of the grace of my surroundings, feeling ...
... carried my bag. Once I was settled in I took to the streets to see what was around, I found some food for dinner then went back to the hotel to eat. Once it got dark I went out again, this time I wanted to see the water fountain with the lights on. It's a cool fountain, the water and lights are timed to form sort of a water orchestra. When there is a concert on in the outdoor area near the fountain the waterspouts are times to the ...
... I'll supplement with shorts, sweatpants and/or a skirt, depending on the destination.
- Shoes. Depending on the type of trip, I'll pack either three or four pairs. That's a lot, by backpacking standards, but I usually wear the bulkiest ones on the plane (the hiking shoes) and the others pack up quite small. Aside from the hiking shoes, I always take a pair of flip-flops for grungy showers or beachwear, and if ...