The Gallant Inn - Auberge Des Gallant

Address: 1171, chemin Saint-Henri, Sainte-Marthe de Rigaud , Rigaud, Quebec, J0P 1W0, Canada | Inn
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This inn is located on 1171, chemin Saint-Henri, Sainte-Marthe de Rigaud , Rigaud.
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Travel Blogs from Rigaud

From Montreal to Toronto

A travel blog entry by vickij23 on Aug 06, 2015

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Our day started at half past 6 this morning. We needed to be up and out early so that we could make our time for the 1000 Island cruise in Rockport. The coach was extremely quiet this morning as almost everyone was sleeping. The ferry/boat departed at 10 and took us on a gentle tour around the very small inhabited islands. We saw many different but typical American houses on the islands as well as a small castle. The tour guide also told us ...

FIFA game!

A travel blog entry by hayleys~holiday on Jun 16, 2015

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... rugby and baseball so to see soccer was great! It was women too so even better.. The score was 1-0 to Canada until the last 10 minutes and it became even! It was a fun game! P.s I had my first fizzy since being in Canada and teamed it with a hot dog- what a ...

My night in Montréal

A travel blog entry by mandyhebert on Dec 17, 2014

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... fun of traveling. I'm really surprised that neither my friends/family or I cried, saying goodbye in Saint John. Navigating through the Montreal airport was surprisingly easier than I'd thought it would be; especially where I was somewhat familiar with the place from the time I spent there, on my way to and from the Bahamas. Luckily, this time, I didn't miss a connection flight and ...


A travel blog entry by lchapman on Aug 23, 2014

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... built a canal to bypass the rapids. Montreal was the 3rd city to be created in this country with Quebec number one and Trois Rivers Number 2. Today it is the second largest city in Canada behind Toronto. I Montreal was founded in 1642 by Frenchman Maison Neuve...he was instrumental in bringing the catholic religion to the edict sent to him by king of France! The French actually occupied much more than Quebec in that time but ...

Sugaring off

A travel blog entry by jeremyrose on Mar 15, 2014

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45 minute drive through flat farmland to rigaud for traditional sugaring off. French Canadian style. :( to cold for the sap to be flowing but great for sitting in front of the fire and eating till it hurts (literally) Followed by a ride in a horse drawn sleigh. Very ...