Le Citadin

Address: 7075 Drolet, Montreal, Quebec, H2S 2T4, Canada | Lodge
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This lodge, located in the Villeray-Saint-Michel-Parc-Extension area of Montreal, is near Jean-Talon Market, Chinatown, Little Italy, and Boulevard Saint-Laurent.
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Travel Blogs from Montreal

Skating on top of Mont Royal

A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie on Feb 19, 2014

8 photos

... for Winter Olympics 2018. I only fell over once, but there was a bench in the middle where I could sit and have a fag, so was very happy.

After about an hour skating you remember how bloody exhausting it is. If you can be this tired by wobbling slowly round in a circle it goes a long way to explain why the running jumping fighting hockey players take a break every thirty seconds or ...

Escape from New York

A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada on Jan 10, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... t seem important right now. I spent most of the less than an hour flight in a daze. Once in Montreal, the race was on to find Air Canada, and see what my chances were of getting a flight to Winnipeg. Another line, this time I had a nice French Canadian woman to chat to. She had had her flight cancelled as well, and was supposed to be in the Caribbean by now. I remember her name was Claire, and she was the one who encouraged me to go and check with the West Jet counter when ...

Still speaking French

A travel blog entry by traveleasy on Sep 26, 2013

5 photos

... to pay off their debt then went to the Park at Mt. Royal and a running commentary on buildings and hotels (all forgettable) and then back to the hotel. Had a couple of free hours which we used walking around the streets. we were dissuaded from using the undergrand walkways as being too complicated and why would we bother when it wasn't raining. Seemed logical and so we didn't. Apparently in ...

The End of Part 2: Post-Trip Reflection

A travel blog entry by sanjayzimmerman on Sep 11, 2013

... cities that we visited and helped plan museum and cultural visits. Overall it was just a lot more enjoyable as well and less stressful to simply be travelling with a friend.


Future Outcomes
There are so many things that I can do with the material that we captured this summer and the people that we met, the only issue is that I will have hardly any time until next spring as I am currently abroad and focused solely on ...

Parades & Piers

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Aug 18, 2013

... free, and being in the US nd all presumably bigger so I think I'll take my chances there. I've also booked my travel and accom for Toronto. I cross checked prices against various bus companies and the train but Greyhound always comes out on top. There were rumours circulating that I may not have been going for the cheapest option (a guy said he got the train from Montreal to Quebec City for $20 cheaper than me on the train) but it is. I've ...