Motel Bourassa

Address: 6325 boulevard Henri-Bourassa Est, Montreal, Quebec, H1G 2V4, Canada | Motel
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Location

This motel, located in the Montreal-Nord area of Montreal, is near Nature Centre (Le Centre de la nature), Rue Sherbrooke, Ile-de-la-Visitation Nature Park, and Club de Golf Metropolitain.
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Travel Blogs from Montreal

Montreal's Nuit Blanche 2015 edition

A travel blog entry by skyisblu on Feb 28, 2015

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Another year, another wonderful night of wandering the underground, staying up late and enjoying our great city. We hit all the usual sites: First the party zone at Place des Arts, with its glowing ferris wheel, inflatable domes and dance zone down at the end of the quartiers des spectacles. New this year? A zipline extending across the length of the site, probably allowing for some great views on the crowd, but with a ...

On the Road Again!

A travel blog entry by gail_hart on Sep 01, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... It became the capital in 1797. It is approximately 240 Kms north of the City of New York. It's sits on the west banks of the Hudson River.

Another stop we made was Saratoga Springs. This name reflects the presence of mineral springs in the area. It was established as a settlement in 1819 also on the west banks of the Hudson River. It is renowned for its thoroughbred horse racing. The Saratoga Race Course opened in 1863 and has a capacity of 50,000 ( not a patch on ...

Downtown Montreal and the underground city

A travel blog entry by rachinamerica on Jun 25, 2014

9 comments, 4 photos

... were all amazed at the transformation from ghost town the previous day, to bustling and vibrant today. And the underground tunnels were much easier to navigate when they were actually open! We went straight to the popcorn and somehow avoided being up sold three bags for the price of two, then we walked around the multitude of stores for a couple of hours. My children are the best. There was a little complaining, but all within the realms of reasonable. Sammy created a ...

Thursday - leaving Montreal for Toronto

A travel blog entry by strife-13 on Oct 24, 2013

2 comments

... either look like locals or perhaps look approachable. It's not like I had my face on like I need to when walking around Nambour. You know the face that says "step off and don't even think about talking to me you freak." Lynda is very good at that face - she is my mentor. Kirsten is hopeless. Took ages to go to sleep last night. My legs were aching from all the walking. A very long drive to Toronto. According to all maps it's supposed to take about 5 hours. Well 8 ...

Wednesday Montreal

A travel blog entry by strife-13 on Oct 23, 2013

3 comments

... We were about 5 blocks from it at Old Montreal, so remembering how easy it is to walk 5 blocks in Manhattan, we set off. The blocks are bigger in Canada. The street we were after was called Rue St Denis (pronounced "Denee"). We eventually found it - by this time I was getting starving, We walked along it for quite a while and it went from boring to seedy. Lots and lots of eating places but most were closed. I'm thinking perhaps it's like Darlinghurst in Sydney - seedy ...

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