Hotel Viger

1001 Saint-Hubert St, Montreal, Quebec, H2L 3Y3, Canada | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Montreal

Mon dieu! C'etait froid

A travel blog entry by byrnedm

This is a top pick!

The most important trip you may take in life is meeting people halfway - Henry Boye Getting out of Ontario Myself and Meg left Kingston and on my first trip to the province of Quebec we went to visit Montreal. With a reputation as a happening, hip amalgam of culture, style and diversity Montreal is the largest city in Quebec, a province where most …

'Twas the night before departure

A travel blog entry by watso


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I hope this blog will be as entertaining to you as my trip will most likely be.

This is definitely a trip of a lifetime.

See me in four months!


PS: I've made a promise to myself: Let the beard grow for the full extent of my trip. You will definitely see a difference with all the pictures!

Impossible Montreal...the hunt is on!

A travel blog entry by tigerjo


... spirit is strong!

As soon as we're given the lists the teams disperse, some at a sprint: our team as other priorities...dinner and booze! We meet up at Simon's place and start to go through the list...this stuff is crazy! We have a whole host of photos and videos to upload from tea parties at the bottom of a pool, to a recreation of the Last Supper. There are codes to crack and a monster costume to create. ...

Montreal Fun!!

A travel blog entry by rorox


... available for hire but the thing I liked most on this side were the two quirky bronze statues at either corner. Since we cant read French we couldnt actually establish the purpose of the statues but they were just interesting to look at. On one corner was a man holding a pug and wearing a pointing nose mask, whilst on the other corner there was a woman holding a poodle with the exact same nose mask. The statues were a direct contrast from the rest of the structures which ...

Leg 6--Montreal

A travel blog entry by whereisthebus


... River, and he called it Mont Royal. In 1611 Samuel de Champlain arrived at the island and established a fur trading post. Following intense fighting with the Iroquois, the French built a wall around what is now known as Old Town in 1716. Later on the British show up seeking a North American foothold. The 1763 Treaty of Paris ceded all of Canada to the British, and the French haven't gotten over ...

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