Hotel Park Avenue
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Park Avenue Montreal
Travel Blogs from Montreal
... place, then to a little Vietnamese restaurant, around the corner - all we could eat for $34 & brought the doggy bag home - unreal. The place didn't have a liquor licence, but we could have ducked out to a corner store across the road if we could be bothered... Green tea with our meal was very nice! Started to rain & we walked back through it. Not too wet, as we only had to walk about 3 blocks... Had to punch myself - walking along the streets on ...
Murphy's Law of Vacations
Why is it that all the work arrives right before vacation time? I don't know, but it never fails: I book a vacation for a time when I think things will be quiet, basically ensuring that it will in fact end up being the busiest week of the year.
After a mad-dash scramble to get everything done that needed doing, I managed to escape from the office yesterday, breathing a sigh of relief.
Dark n' early
... pretty amazing experiences once again.
It was slow to take off and it was a while before we saw our first animals but here is what we ended up seeing: Deer, piglets, ground hog, arctic fox, caribou, bison in the rain, chipmunk, moose, arctic wolves, coyotes, bears (evem with one swimming!), a wild fox, amd more bears and cubs!
We also ended up stoppin somewhere that we had never ...
... the port and ending up in old Montreal. There are still many buildings with the original French architecture. Most of them are in the older parts of Montreal, it makes these areas quite distinctive from other parts of the city it also helps that all the street signs in Old Montreal are a red colour while the New Montreal signs are white. There is also an exact replica of St Peters Basilica, only it is 1/3 of the size. During the walk ...
... history so in the 1930’s raised funds and on the opposite side of the square there is a much smaller statue to a French naval hero.
From here we visited a recreation to the many market gardens that used to dot the city to provide fruit and veg for its residents.
On from there we visited the Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel which is famous for its connection to sailors. As Jenny’s father is a former sailor we thought it ...