Travel Blogs from Montreal
... the Olympic centre to go up the inclined tower. Great views over the city. There were a couple of bus tours going up when we were there but we were still able to see well in the car as well as up the top.
It was very overcast and the clouds were getting darker when we came down. Walked around the perimeter of the centre to find the replica cauldron and Olympic rings. Had considered going back to Parc Mont Royal but weather against us for walking up the hill.
... will wash away the French culture that this place still possesses in abundance.
Our hostel happened to be in the Gay quarter. I hadn't showered since the previous evening, my hair was a mess and I was wearing a creased t-shirt and swimming shorts which I'd doubled up as general shorts. Apparently some of the locals didn't mind, and I seemed to turn heads.
The hotel itself was run down in a charming sort of way, and I was totally sold when I found a Nintendo ...
... we would have paid a parking fee. Was a lovely walk through the the autumn sugar maple trees reminded us of the trail walking we did with Terry and Diana. Lots of trails here through the hill (mountain) side but we stayed on the main roadway to Chalet du Mont-Royal where you can see all of Montreal took a video and photos before going down the stairs to the bottom of the hill (mountain) to Montreal.
Richard always has the GPS on him reason being people do ...
... side of the square was Montreal's first skyscraper, The New York Life Insurance Building, constructed in red sandstone in 1888. The Aldred Building next door was constructed of limestone in 1931 and was designed to reflect the famous Empire State Building in NYC. On the west side of the square was the building for Canada's first permanent bank, The Bank of Montreal. The Bank of Montreal which continues to function as a working bank to this day, was built in 1847 and was ...
Summer 2013 – Weissman Project Reflection In order to best sum up my experience defining entrepreneurship in Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina this past summer, I have decided to organize my thoughts into five different blocks.
- Logistics Reflection
· Cultural Reflection
· Entrepreneurship Reflection
· Comparison to India
· Future Outcomes
I believe that these five subcategories best reflect ...
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