Hotel Victor

1701 rue Saint Hubert, Montreal, Quebec, H2L 3Z1, Canada | Hotel
Prices starting from $54.00

Travel Blogs from Montreal

Day 26

A travel blog entry by kiriandalex


... food and show off their trophies and awards that they had won for their food!
After another 3 hour drive the next, and last stop of the day was Montreal. We first went to the Olympic Tower which was built for the 1976 Olympics and then went into town for dinner. Time for another short sleep now before our 5am wake up call to head back over the border to the US ...


A travel blog entry by hrobertson91


... calling home for the next 3 nights. It was awesome! It was a not so small wooden lodge with a little kitchen and bathroom. It was the first place I had a self contained living area just for me. The fridge was stocked with lots to eat and drink and the bathroom had lots of miniature toiletries for me to enjoy. These seem like simple luxuries but 1. I had been living with the bare minimum for the last 5 weeks and really likes having ...

Montreal - the French adventure continues...

A travel blog entry by elandaa


... their new fangled games! No wonder, we were making A LOT of noise. We had to leave it at one a piece since we had run out of $1 coins (or loonies as they are called here). Each of us are convinced we could have got the better of the other in the final game…

Andrew’s Report:

The museum is some way out of town on the Commuter lines. Montreal has metro lines (they seem to call it metro/tram interchangeably) that run around the city and commuter lines ...

Montrealers Winter Passions & Activities

A travel blog entry by rubyroy


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Keep your hands warm best things are thick mittens. Your body heat from your hands and fingers will keep your hands warm. When you want to do something with your hands. Wear wool gloves then put your hand back in your mitts.

Keep your ears and head warm with a hood, hat and you can spend the whole day outside happy as a bug in a rug.

There are different kinds of coat but the warmest for really cold days will be ...

Mount Royal and the Old Port

A travel blog entry by kathypender


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We decided to head to Old Montreal for a look. We walked past Mary Queen of the World Cathedral, Le Atrium 1000, Victoria Park and Hector Guimard's art nouveau metro entrance portico.

Old Montreal is a major tourist attraction; with some of its buildings dating to the 17th century, it is one of the oldest urban areas in North America. In the western part of the old city, Place d'Armes is dominated by ...

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