Le Meridien Versailles

1808, Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, Quebec, H3H 1E5, Canada | 3 star hotel
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    Memorable Moments in Montreal

    A travel blog entry by rnh on Sep 17, 2014

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    ... haunts! Negotiating the small winding streets of Beaconsfield through the forest of Oak trees serves as a fantastic reminder to me of the incredible beauty of this part of Eastern Canada.

    After settling in, Angie and Malcolm serve a great salmon dinner that is punctuated with many moments of laughter, more than a few special moments reflecting upon families, travel and - unbelievably - more than 35 years ...

    Faits divers / Random Facts

    A travel blog entry by karine-julie on Jul 02, 2014

    ... are all very pleasant with lots of colorful buildings • The roads are very narrow and there are a lot of round abouts. • Street names are optional, but when present, they are small signs on the side of buildings. Yay for GPS! • People in Ireland dine early. Last service at 9pm. • Canadians are very well welcomed with a good reputation. Better say you're Canadian than American! • The Pearson airport in Toronto is definitely the worst airport in the ...

    Proper Poutine at last, and Schwartz's

    A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie on Feb 19, 2014

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    ... nights’ dinner. There was a lot of meat involved in each sandwich, something the dogs of the hostel definitely noticed as soon as we walked up the path. The meat was the stuff of every good carnivore’s dream – and vastly outweighed the bread with a ratio of 3:1 meat and a perfect light slather of mustard. A superb supper, only slightly disrupted by the dogs scratching and whining at the door ( clearly as good carnivores we ignored them completely). ...

    Interesting day in the Bachelor Pad

    A travel blog entry by lilmont on Sep 22, 2013

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    Very noisy hotel our room is close to the lift entrance and you hear the doors bang every time someone walks down the corridor. The walls are a bit thin too so you can hear people talking glad we have our earplugs but we don't have to wear our blinkers as the room is nice and dark.

    At 6am I was woken by a family with young children leaving early and then the steady stream of other people going. At 6.45am I couldn't lay in bed anymore ...

    The End of Part 2: Post-Trip Reflection

    A travel blog entry by sanjayzimmerman on Sep 11, 2013

    ... market” rate and the bank rate is almost double.

    European Banana
    Towards the end of our trip, one of our interviewees told us that our itinerary essentially followed what is known as the European Banana. This is a region that spans from around Rio to Santiago, Chile. This region was heavily populated through European immigrants that arrived in the last two centuries. This explained why everything felt so European and ...