Travel Blogs from Montreal
... stirring experience. Though the village's main artery measured but 200 metres end to end, the placid enchantment of this little place touched something inside me that seemed bottomless.
And while Bandipur was remarkable to me, the experience doesn’t stand alone. I’ve had heaps of other unforgettable moments in scores of locations around the globe in recent years. When they arrive I breathe deep of the grace of my surroundings, feeling ...
... be here by midday..............and yes we got back from shopping today and it was. You know sometimes that saying "what goes around comes around", actually does come true. We got to the hotel last night were checked in, seemed to take a lot longer than normal, and there was a lot of French going backwards & forwards between the lady & gentleman behind the desk. Anyway we got our keys, shown to the lift and advised our room was on the top floor, 26th level. Well, ...
... Although we weren't sure which was more concerning: the 90yr old rocking it out in her wheelchair or the 2yr old kids dancing amongst the pot smoking revelers. After the festival we headed back to Gary's and Kevin's for an enormous BBQ.
On our second day in Montreal we did an easy hike up Mont Royale for some amazing views out over the city. Then we headed down towards the east and stopped in at an Australian pie shop ...
During my dinner Scott came in with two Australians who he introduced to me as Will and Cam. They were from Adelaide and had spent the afternoon with Scott at a party on the side of the hills. That evening me,Scott,Cam and will all sat and chatted for a good few hours and had a good laugh.Scott was off in the morning so retired to bed around 11,whilst me,Cam and Will decided to walk up the shop and get some chips (crisps in England!) and watch ...
Let me ask
you something. Let me ask you why you would ever let yourself walk around for
four hours in a new city with lots of activities and lots of beautiful things
to see, albiet below freezing, without food. Why, WHY would you wake up and not
have a piece of toast, a coffee, an apple, a muffin, ANYTHING, before just
going and starting your day? I'll tell you why: you're a 20 year old with a
group of friends who ...
Other places to stay in Montreal
Cote-des-Neiges-Notre-Dame-de-Grace, Montreal | 3 star motelfrom $88
Saint-Leonard, Montreal | Motelfrom $101
Riviere-des-Prairies-Pointe-aux-Trembles, Montreal | 2 star motelfrom $60
Ahuntsic-Cartierville, Montreal | Motelfrom $124
Ahuntsic-Cartierville, Montreal | Motelfrom $93