Lindsey's Bed and Breakfast for Women

Address: 3974 Laval Avenue , Montreal, Quebec, H2W 2J2 , Canada | Villa
 
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Location

This villa, located in the Plateau Mont-Royal area of Montreal, is near Rue Prince Arthur, Rue Duluh, Route Verte, and Musee des Hospitalieres de I'Hotel-Dieu de Montreal.
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    Travel Blogs from Montreal

    Crash

    A travel blog entry by wattsy on Jun 05, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... used to. Besides, it was the only place we could afford in Montreal. In all our travels we will only cross paths with the formula one circuit here in Canada. As such we couldn't miss out on it. Particularly as Canada normally delivers a good race. Montreal, like every other formula one venue, hikes up its prices during the race weekend, so to find somewhere reasonably priced we'll take less space and a few less creature comforts. Today we went to the ...

    North of the Border.

    A travel blog entry by dawnrachel on Oct 23, 2014

    11 photos

    ... to one of the other
    rooms that there was someone else in the apartment. A visitor perhaps? No one emerged so I went back to our assigned
    room and waited for Andrew to come back. I waited.

    Andrew and Jean came back. Jean ushered us straight back into our room,
    and told us that he would be sleeping in but we should wake him up and he would
    tell us everything we need to know about sightseeing around town. We wouldn’t need to go ...

    The First Leg of the Journey

    A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Aug 05, 2014

    19 photos

    ... dinner and get out of the rain. I walked to a restaurant with a large terrace covered by umbrellas, so even though it was raining, I was still able to sit outside. And luckily by the time I finished eating, the storm had cleared up and I could continue my tour of the old town. I walked through some of the main squares, like Place d'Armes, and
    Place Jacques-Cartier, where I did a little window shopping. ...

    In French Canada

    A travel blog entry by arthuroslo on May 11, 2014

    16 photos

    ... Halifax and Charlottetown. It is also very French, which I will admit is a little strange to find in North America. We made the transition from bilingual signs and announcements to French signs with a bit of English if you're lucky. In the museums and attractions both languages had a place, but with French preceding English this time. You can't fault them, after all the French are the majority in Quebec, although for the most part their English is fluent also.

    I enjoyed ...

    I can't read French!

    A travel blog entry by suep21 on Jan 14, 2014

    16 photos

    ... amp; thought I could go a slice of pizza. When I looked at the menu I could not understand 1 word. Luckily the guy was really nice, & spoke English. Yesterday I went to a tourist information place to find out how to get to Mount Royal. It's kinda like Kings Park. You get a nice view of the city. The guy told me to buy a 3 day pass for the metro(underground train) & bus. So off I headed. It is hard when I'm told to get a bus heading west, when I'm not sure ...