Hotel Terrasse Royale

Address: 5225 Côte-des-Neiges, Montreal, Quebec, H3T 1Y1, Canada | 3 star hotel
 
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      North of the Border.

      A travel blog entry by dawnrachel on Oct 23, 2014

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      ... of cheddars, we couldn’t say no to trying them all! There were easily 2 dozen different
      varieties. That was lunch taken care of!

      We finished our culinary tour with a visit
      to Champlain Chocolates. We sampled a
      delicious truffle, and bought a small variety of chocs for later. Whilst wandering around these stops we learnt
      of the Von Trapp Lodge just up the road.

      The Von Trapp family of The Sound of Music
      movie, ...

      Bonjour Montreal!

      A travel blog entry by emstreeter on Aug 04, 2014

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      Ah! My French sucks. And Montreal is just the beginning. To be honest - was not a fan of Montreal when I first arrived. Was very overwhelmed. I had been exposed to French a little on the west coast of course but you always get an English and a French explanation. In Montreal it was just French. So you look a little puzzled trying to work out what they say and then they realise and turn straight to English like it's all they know. It makes me extremely jealous - to speak ...

      There and back to see how far it is

      A travel blog entry by madchen7474 on May 12, 2014

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      ... 11th floor for
      an amazing view of Old Town from our room.

      A quick rinse to rid ourselves of the
      twilight zone and we were soon meandering through the cobbled streets soaking
      up the atmosphere of what appeared to be an old European city, (well everyone
      spoke French and the buildings were old, you get the idea). There was even a Notre Dame, I’ve seen a few
      of these now in different countries, not quite to the ...

      Christmas and boxing day

      A travel blog entry by obrillips on Dec 27, 2013

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      ... the alarm for the morning when we could get out and do things again.
      Boxing Day was great! We got up early, worked out the French train system, and went to the Bio dome. The train system is fast and efficient. The bio dome was awesome. It's a great big building, the size of an Olympic stadium, where biologists, botanists, zoologist sand a bunch of other scientists work, and maintain ideal environments where over 1000 different species all ...

      Another week in Montreal

      A travel blog entry by jennyoneb on Oct 08, 2013

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      ... of the city, there is still a stronger French feel to the northern sector and vice versa. For example the cinema in the French sector shows films solely in French. The people speak with a stronger French accent whereas when you visit shops in the southern part you are more likely to encounter an English speaker who speaks French.

      We are now staying in an Airbnb flat so have our own room which means we are getting some decent sleep. Having moved ...