Travel Blogs from Montreal
... future neighbors use on their houses.
In the event the neighbourhood appears rundown with untidy homes and over-grown yards, they will most likely like to reassess purchasing a house in the neighborhood.
Just before a homeowner gets started customizing their residence, they need to first of all select a the desired stlye and design.
Having an idea of what one's finest type of décor truly is can have a huge impact on ...
... Was dark by 5pm! The city was beautifully lit, and many tree and buildings had an assortment of light decorations. One of my favs was swinging tube like things hanging from a dormant tree with light running down the length of the tube. (Like a ball of light dropping from top to bottom... Very effective in the wind!) Oh the wind! So the thermometer said it was only neg 8, but apparently the perceived temp was down around -17. I can believe that! My nose was so cold- I ...
... 8211; although I supposed it was a tad underwhelming after the hype – on the sunny street before spending the rest of the afternoon wandering around and photographing the streets of old town. I popped into a chapel and saw the big Notre Dame from the outside, but I didn't go in. I had a whole other day to explore more the next day – or so I thought. I ended up back at the hostel at 6 just as the other three had arrived from their day. They had just booked – woe – ...
... the chowder is, and the company was sparkling!
Yesterday I accomplished a rather marvelous feat. I drove from Boston to Montreal in one straight shot, without a single stop, even for coffee or the restroom. Well, we paused at the border, but that doesn't count. Vermont and New Hampshire were beautiful, and I was happy to see the temperature drop as we went further and further north. It was six ...
... not include the extra’s inside. The Grevin you pay only one price .
When you come to the end of the Grevin there is a great boutique with things from Paris but also local gifts.
Also on the fifth floor is the Grevin Café by Europea Jerome Ferrier the chef is known for his art and creativity…
Great for all ages children to senior... a must in Montreal and brand new to the city
Other places to stay in Montreal
Cote-des-Neiges-Notre-Dame-de-Grace, Montreal | 3 star motelfrom $102
Saint-Leonard, Montreal | Motelfrom $101
Riviere-des-Prairies-Pointe-aux-Trembles, Montreal | 2 star motelfrom $67
Ahuntsic-Cartierville, Montreal | Motelfrom $124
Ahuntsic-Cartierville, Montreal | Motelfrom $93