Quartier Latin Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuartier Latin Hotel Montreal
O hotel fica em plena St. Denis, no meio da balada noturna da estudantada. Localização razoável, barato, limpo, bem atendido. Quarto pequeno e café sofrível.
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... caught our eye. It is a brewpub with seating areas on the roadside and a roof terrace. It was packed and the roof terrace was full. We managed to grab a table downstairs, and ordered the tasting selection of 6 different beers each. Their amber ale was the standout but at 6.2% it’s not something you could drink a lot of!
Looking at the map it was 2.5 miles straight down Rue St Denis back to the apartment. It was a nice afternoon and ...
We woke to a beeping noise at about 3 am. Where is that coming from? Not the smoke detector, not the carbon monoxide detector, not the digital clock. What is that? We found the culprit again under the bed. There is a surge protector thing that was beeping and Sheree squeezed under the bed and hit the reset and it stopped but the furnace seems not to be working any longer. Must have blow a fuse or breaker or something and that can not be fixed with ...
... referred to the rocks that had finished eroding and thus nothing new would happen. Old Port feels the same way, littered with tshirts shops selling the same trinkets and souvenirs. Some galleries and restaurants fill thing out, but subtract tourism as a revenue stream and this section of the city will crumble.
One of the shop keepers described Montreal as a little New York. This seems accurate. I think prefer Columbus or Halifax.
The one reassuring thing ...
... ripes, pies, sausage rolls, fantales, minties and a lot of other assorted goodies. I got 2 pies, steak and mushroom, and a shepherds pie. After 4 months and craving a pie so badly it definitely hit the spot. The taste was slightly tainted when after our meal we got told the chef was a kiwi but I guess we can forgive him.
After our pie, Alex and I were falling asleep so we went to Jenny's and had a nap. After about an hour we ...
... old town which had many similarities to old Quebec City with its cobblestone streets, European architecture and quaint gift shops. Notre Dame Basilica in old Montreal was definitely a highlight. The architecture and artistic detail within was breathtaking and truly majestic.
We found the underground pedestrian network of shops, restaurants and hotels, a fascinating insight to the way this North American city has made getting around in the snowy winter more pleasurable. ...