Les Studios Hotel
Travel Blogs from Montreal
... amp; thought I could go a slice of pizza. When I looked at the menu I could not understand 1 word. Luckily the guy was really nice, & spoke English. Yesterday I went to a tourist information place to find out how to get to Mount Royal. It's kinda like Kings Park. You get a nice view of the city. The guy told me to buy a 3 day pass for the metro(underground train) & bus. So off I headed. It is hard when I'm told to get a bus heading west, when I'm not sure ...
... headed back up to the pool deck for cocktails & hors douves and to meet certain members of the crew. We were also entertained with a cabaret number from the entertainment contingent, it was great. Light rain began to fall, but we all maneuvered ourselves under the sails on the deck and had a very enjoyable introduction to ships life and crew. While we were doing this, the ship slipped its mooring and we departed Montreal for Quebec City with little fanfare up the ...
We walked from the bus terminal to to subway and after struggling with the French language we took a train 2 stops to out hotel. We trudged up the stairs to our hotel to be told we had been double booked and had been moved to their other hotel....which was right next to the bus terminal!!! The staff got a few grumpy comments for not having informed us via email. After checking in we ventured out into the city ...
... language, giving the town a very European vibe. Many locals converse in both languages freely, interchanging words - just because they can. A blank stare or pause after someone tries to speak French instantly results in an English conversation. Even the homeless can generally speak both languages well and are easy to fend off. The strangest thing I found was the frequency of homeless ...
... a beautiful sight. To be completely honest, I may have been to too many
zoos to truly appreciate it all – macaws, cabi baras, alligators, piranas, all
present and naturally beautiful as always, though nothing beyond remarkable. If
anything, the enclosures seemed awfully small for such majestic creatures. So
we traveled through the jungle, the temperate forest (supposedly of Canada but
looking uncannily similar to my ...
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center