Hotel Park Avenue

Address: 4544 Avenue du Parc, Montreal, Quebec, H2V 4E3, Canada | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Mile-End area of Montreal, is near McGill University, Plateau Mont-Royal, Rue Prince Arthur, and Rue Duluh.
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        Down the Saint Lawrence River

        A travel blog entry by time-traveller on May 17, 2015

        1 comment, 26 photos

        15th May- Saguenay. We were greeted on the dock by locals in costume dancing. We were the first ship of the season, so they were pleased to see us. apparently cruise ships have only been coming into the Saguenay Fjord for less than ten years, and it is a big tourism earner. The weather had warmed up considerably from the previous day and we were going into the National Park for a hike.Half an hours drive got us there and we started the climb up the track and stone steps with ...

        Travel Day!

        A travel blog entry by melapet on Sep 30, 2014

        1 comment, 3 photos

        ... with lots of cheese curds, and covered with poutine sauce ( aka - gravy ) I went to Poutineville. You can have crushed potatoes, stringed potatoes, sweet potatoes and I have already forgotten the 4th way. All kind of extras that you can add - for a price of course. Meats, vegetables, other cheeses, or even extra cheese. I meant to take a picture, but forgot. Opps! Poutineville has a website. I think you should go check it out! Oh, I ...

        Things I have learnt in Montreal:

        A travel blog entry by oliviawilson on Jan 23, 2014

        - What -20c feels like. - That French is very hard to learn. - That Montreal is almost as big Sydney. - There are lots of ski fields around Montreal with in 1 1/2 hour away. - Children use agendas for their homework. - When it's less the -15c we don't go out for recess or lunch. - Mittens are warmer then gloves. - We get milk at school. - When you go ice skating and fall over and land on your wrist it really, really, really hurts. - You have to provide your own supplies for ...

        Tuesday Montreal

        A travel blog entry by strife-13 on Oct 22, 2013


        ... even if they did roll their eyes and report the fault as a "user error" which I'm sure most of mine are.). First of all, my iPad wouldn't charge - the battery was down to around 30%. Plugged it in to charge while I had a short luxurious shower and came out to see the percentage had dropped. Remaining outwardly calm I turned it off and decided I perhaps just needed a new charger. Luckily there is an Apple store around the corner. Went in and was greeted by a ...

        Good times in Montreal

        A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 15, 2013

        13 photos

        ... to Rish with a huge smile on my face..."We're going to the hockey aren't we?" Yes was Rish's reply. We were so excited to get to go and see a preseason fixture between Montreal and Buffalo. Rish has sprung a great surprise. I was so excited as I had basically given up on seeing a live hockey game this trip. I had done extensive research and found that the season didnt start for a month or so. Damn. This was therefore a very pleasent surprise. The crowd was building ...