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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... to the train announcements carefully enough to realise you do not pronounce the 't' in Montréal. Retrospective embarrassment for a lifelong mistake, sorry Quebec! And also, I'll need to find out where the quiet bars are, for right now I am sitting before a huge LCD screen playing NFL, with really bad club and rock music blaring intermittently, as though in a contest for pop control of Montréal's listening pleasure. But it is true what one of my new roommates said to me ...
... and you're then ushered down to the platform. When you get to your car, there's a little ramp so you can just wheel your suitcase right on to the train (alright so it's probably for wheelchairs but it makes it easy for suitcases too).
In the car someone has actually thought about the design enough to include ample luggage storage, and the seats are wide and comfortable. They also recline, and not onto the legs of the person sat ...
... rough the road gets. Never taking one another for granted. A good laugh now and then.
And while it can’t rub my feet or call me in the middle of the day to say it misses me, the world and I have the rest of it down in spades.
Sure, we have major disconnects. Drag-'em-out fights. Complete communication breakdowns. Moments when we border on disrespecting one another. Times when it feels like the other is against us, rather than on ...
... to walk from here up to the lookout at the top. But I decided to go to the St Joseph's oratory. The dome in the basilica is the second highest in the world behind Saint Peters basilica in Rome. It is 97m high. It was built in 1904 inspired by Saint brother Andre. I walked the ground here and then followed the path to the summit woods, still thinking I might walk up to the lookout. As I walk through the woods I found another lookout, ...
... the last few years. Kev was keen to check out where the show was taking place in town even though all the tickets were already sold out and there wasn't really any chance of attending. We were staying on St Laurent st which is what the locals call "main street" and used to be the main street back in the day. Montreal reminded us a lot of Melbourne in Australia, except instead of just a few areas like Fitzroy being 'hipster' or 'cool' neighbourhoods, most of Montreal ...