Travel Blogs from Montreal
... it. With a nice merci!
Wanted to get my route all lined up for in the morning so headed out to find the train station. Montreal has what they call their "hidden city". Basically a gigantic mall underground connected with the Metro. I call it confusing. I don't think I have ever gotten as turned around as I have here and stayed that way. I always got myself in the right direction, but it always ...
... not understand this principle, why would you give these seats to crew, but then it dawned on me, economy seats pay for the flight, you need paying bums in those seats. We are now in Toronto, relaxing in the lounge waiting for our flight to Edmonton which boards at 12:00 PM. We have made it home safe and sound! It was a fantastic trip, once again a memorable one! Until the next trip ...
... and the weather was sunny although a little chilly. We walked down to the edge of the St Lawrence, along the front to the start of the Lachine Canal. Built to enable ships to pass upstream bypassing the Lachine Rapids it was a major engineering feat.
The canal was enlarged before ships became too big and the canal was replaced in 1959 with the St Lawrence Seaway.
The canal is a pleasant walk and interesting for its industrial history. ...
We woke up far too early again to make our bus ride back to the airport at 7:45am. A light breakfast, and a few small croissants in our bags, and a few last pictures, and we were boarded and ready to go. The trip only lasted an hour or so, and check in was quick, so we had a few minutes to browse the duty-free shops. Nothing that really caught our eye that we hadn't seen at the resort, except a bottle of some strange licorice liquor for someone we might ...
... the hostel cafe. All of my 3 room mates had gone out for the evening, so I made the most if the space and sorted out my pack, went through all the stuff I have collected and put it together ready to post home when I get to Toronto and culling out all the paper,info etc that I don't need any more ... My folder is getting less full and a lot lighter now lol. After catching up on e-mails, Facebook and some news sites to find out what has been happening in the world, it was off to ...
Other places to stay in Montreal
Quartier Latin, Montreal | Hotelfrom $61
Plateau Mont-Royal, Montreal | 3 star hotelfrom $105
- Right at home at Anne Ma Soeur Anne
- Anne still rules,it seems...
- A nice place to stay in Montreal
Plateau Mont-Royal, Montreal | 2 star hotelfrom $46
Downtown, Montreal | 2 star hotelfrom $57
5905 Metropolitan Blvd. East, Montreal | 2 star hotelfrom $83
Saint-Jacques, Montreal | 1 star hotelfrom $93