Hotel Mortagne

1228 Rue Nobel, Boucherville, Quebec, J4B5H1, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1228 Rue Nobel, Boucherville, is near Rue Ste.-Catherine, Rue Sherbrooke, Parc Des Iles de Boucherville, and Horizon Roc.
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    Living with bohemian artists and the like.

    A travel blog entry by rachinamerica on Jun 22, 2014


    ... have to be the highlight of our trip so far! We spent so much time trying to feed the ducks grass, and shed many tears when it was time to leave that I think we will be returning there each day with some bread. By this stage I was feeling exhausted. Adalia hasn't been sleeping that well so I was up a fair bit the night before. Plus the whole lead up to the trip I had been most nervous about getting to Montreal on my own, and I think ...

    Oh la la

    A travel blog entry by simon-nicky on Jul 09, 2013

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    ... been converted into a biodome. This took us through different sections and we saw monkeys, parrots, alligators and lots of fish. There was some lynx cubs which were only month old but they were sleeping in their cave. There were some puffins which were very cute and were playing in the water fountains. However, the main attraction was penguins. They were beautiful as ever and Nicky loved them.

    Once we left ...

    Day 42 - Montréal

    A travel blog entry by aliceshaw on Jun 21, 2013

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    ... there was a bench and picnic table in the water and we soent a good hour soaking up the sun there, blissful! Then bought some pesto and cooked some pasta before getting a tad lost trying to find Mont Royal in the dark. But we got there in the end and the view was well worth jt. Tiphanie and I bought iced capaccinos on the way back which were amazing! Went to bed around midnight and actually slept through until about 8.30! Another successful ...

    Deafening Silence

    A travel blog entry by martinandkate on Jun 07, 2013

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    ... person here so even when you walk around there is only a couple of places you can see the track from which isn't in a grandstand) and then out again over the northern bridge. We wouldn't spend the day on the island as there were two full programmes of driving over Saturday and Sunday. Instead we thought we'd visit the old port, old montreal and the Notre Dame Basilica.

    Notre Dame (not a cheap rip off of the one in Paris) is a beautiful wooden interior church with ...

    The Old and the New Montreal

    A travel blog entry by crisanddavid on Oct 04, 2012

    5 comments, 13 photos

    ... drinks wine with Poutine. After Old Montreal the second sight on most itineraries is the Basilica Notre-Dame so we headed there to keep up the averages - another city another church.  This church was built in 1829 and houses a famous Casavant organ and the Gros Bourdon, said to be the biggest bell in North America.  Unfortunately we missed Mass but not the masses.  After gorging on an ice cream we collected some new rental bikes and ...