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Travel Blogs from Montreal
... I can think, eaten at several of Bourdain's recommended places as well as countless local haunts, and after all this I could spend another month here without agenda.
But the show must, as they say, go on. I have Paulo's recommendations for a route to Boston , then on to New York. That should about do it. Keep an eye out for updates here, they may not be as frequent as they previously were, but you'll know I'm ...
... it was 8pm, and having already walked for over an hour and a half, we decided to wisely start to make our way home. The walk felt longer on the way back, but the hour soon passed and now hear I sit writing about my day (:
So far, Montreal is a keeper. And our accommodation is cheap, and pretty funky for a hostel! Although I have to say the shower was so small it encourages you to get out as fast as possible. Sneaky design!
... br> to Vermont, as well as two students from the same class (I feel you, boys)
accompanying us all the way to Montreal. Apparently the bus ride was long and
uneventful ,but I wouldn't know! I zonked in Boston, woke up for lunch, woke up
for customs, then woke up in Montreal, happy as a thousand clams. But you know
what I really didn't realize about Montreal/French Canada? It's like, really
French. Like, really, REALLY French. ...
... was in love with this "snow falling thick and fast" it. Always want to see snow panorama, but this moment finally made it. Morning, the sky still has a faint mist, but the sun is out early to face, it lost his light, but instead is that like the color of the cult had a bad cold. In this there is no vitality morning, only those white some dazzling snow trying to send out light, in order to give the morning some vigor and vitality. The snow the ...
... hill! On arriving at the hostel I was greeted by a yellow spiral staircase, followed by another long flight of stairs. On conquering the stairs and entering the hostel I was somewhat concerned about the ultra relaxed set-up. The top floor was covered in makeshift beds that were segregated only by sheets and towels hanging off string lines. However, the staff member took me down to a lower level which had a door and a lock and I ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility