Armor Manoir Sherbrooke

Address: 157 rue Sherbrooke E, Montreal, Quebec, H2X 1C7, Canada | Inn
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This inn, located in the Quartier Latin area of Montreal, is near St. Louis Square (Carré St-Louis), Rue Prince Arthur, Just for Laughs Museum (Musee Juste Poure Rire), and Ex-Centris.
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      La Fontaine park & The Botanical Gardens

      A travel blog entry by suep21 on Jan 15, 2014

      12 photos

      ... I'm used to that now, so off I headed. I did get a nice surprise in the Chinese garden. There was a fox sound asleep. He finally moved when he heard me undo the tri pod. I got some nice photos there, but I think they maybe a bit dark. It was really overcast. I then headed over to the Japanese garden and there wasn't much to see there. I could have continued walking around the gardens, but decided that it was snowing and ...

      Botanical Gardens and the olympics

      A travel blog entry by alexiszfish on Aug 10, 2013

      33 photos

      Today we started off the day by going to the Olympic stadium and we both won gold metals. We then went to the botanical garden and they had amazing sculptures there all made by flowers, these are just some of the pictures. The botanical garden is said to be one of the best on the continent and it certainly is nice and huge! ...

      Museum Day.

      A travel blog entry by carolyn.saund on Mar 20, 2013

      ... in first person (as told by “the city”). It's
      cheesy and frankly, the video itself was pretty uninformative. Flashy lights
      and gimmicky effects were visually appealing, but I would have rather watched
      something more documentary-style with more information. The exhibit on history
      down below, though, was both informative and enjoyable. High-tech meets
      information-transfer. Hats off to you, pointe-a-callier.


      Dining In Darkness

      A travel blog entry by shemstravels on Jun 29, 2012

      2 photos

      ... After you order your waiter arrives and makes you form a chain to walk through into the restaurant & they seat you. Seriously it was total blackness, we couldn't even see our hands in front of our faces it's such a weird sensation. It was so good though and really makes you appreciate having sight. The waiters were superstars, so helpful as we were rummaging about for our drinks & as they are completely blind it's ...

      The early bird ... is someone else

      A travel blog entry by segacs on Mar 07, 2012

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... s a coffee country, right?

      At any rate, I may not be well rested, but I'm at Trudeau airport, checked in, and ready to go. My flights will take me via New York and Tokyo before arriving in Hanoi late tomorrow night, assuming all goes well. In other words, despite my bleary eyes and zombie-like state, I am officially on vacation.

      On y va!