Motel Laval

Address: 6710 rue Saint-Jacques Ouest, Montreal, Quebec, H4B 1V8, Canada | Motel
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This motel, located in the Notre-Dame-de-Grace/Cote-des-Neiges area of Montreal, is near Monkland Avenue, Angrignon Park, Concordia University, and Meadowbrook Golf Club.
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Travel Blogs from Montreal

Montreal, Canada's Mini France

A travel blog entry by ashlyn_rebekah on Aug 21, 2014

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... is completely pitch black. Usually your eyes adjust after a while, but not here. Your eyes never adjust and you never really know what's really going on. I had ordered a fillet mignon with a pepper sauce (FYI my mouth is still burning), and a creme brulee for dessert. I ended up eating the main dish with my hands (because really, who can see you eat like a pig anyway), and managed to get through dessert with a spoon. All in all it was a very interesting and eye opening experience ...

We're Back!

A travel blog entry by nikki.murdick on Jun 17, 2014

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... Becky and Peter had those), fizzy water (Mike), and diet cola (me). We have about an hour to go before we arrive in Montreal. We arrived in Canada without incident—Yay! Then we had to go through customs, and passport control. Usually when you do this you have to pick up your bags and take them through the customs area and then redeposit them to be sent on to the next destination. Not in Montreal, though. They checked our luggage tags and then brought up ...

Cool Canada, but not so cool, hence sunburn!

A travel blog entry by smilerontour on Oct 10, 2013

3 comments, 7 photos

... however, not embarrass myself by trying to speak too much French with Sam (a dorm buddy from Paris) on the day trip we did. Highlights from this beautiful city? The Parc Mont Royal is a mountain set in the middle of Montreal which offers incredible views of the city - very much reminding me of the vistas from Barcelona's Montujic. The old city has some incredibly beautiful architecture and combined with people, this place is more traditionally French ...

Montreal Fun!!

A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 14, 2013

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... stumbled across anything of interest. We crossed the road and began to walk along the old port promenade. We passed the first quay, Quai Alexandra which is the eastern most pier along the canal. On the south side of this pier there is an abandoned 17 storey tall concrete silo which is a reminder Montreal's former glory as a major grain port. As we headed north we passed another quay/pier called Quay Jacques Cartier which is considered the focal point of the old port. There were ...

Musee Des Beaux-Arts for a Rainy Day

A travel blog entry by charmedlife on Aug 09, 2013

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... break for lunch. The cafe was rather expensive and too meat heavy for my taste, so I walked around the corner back to Rue Sainte-Catherine and popped into one of the many cafes. Lunch still set me back about $35, but it was worth it as I ordered some escargot, being as I was already in a French royal mood. I was not disappointed. Drenched in butter, white wine and garlic, these little critters were some of the best tasting shellfish I've had in a long time. Mmmm I can ...

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