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  • Raining like cats and dogsToday was the day we expected our dog to join us in Montreal. The day before we left Budapest we handed him over to [[|Kutyagondnok]], who took care of our dogs earlier. She had to take him to a vet Posted by divatmotoros in towacross | Jun 17, 2022
  • Montreal F1 GP Racetrack checkThis weekend Formula 1 visits Montreal again after a two year COVID-break. The city is fully booked and excited about the GP as am I being an F1 fan. Earlier I was lucky enough to watch an F1 race in Posted by divatmotoros in towacross | Jun 16, 2022
  • Quebec to Montreal - Day 11 Tuesday 9/26It was time to leave Crystal Serenity this morning, and start to make our way home. We had a great cruise. The crew members are outstanding, which made our time onboard very special. As part of our trip, Posted by Cybercsp in Crystal Cruise - New York to Quebec | Sep 26, 2017
  • A Completely Different Land Having spent five days in English speaking Ontario, we were now headed for our final destination, the capital of the French speaking Quebec - Montreal. I was interested to see just how Posted by kmmk17 in World Travels | May 31, 2017
  • Planning a Trip for Me & SerendipityTraveling, like any other Grand Project requires a lot of planning;... the longer the trip, the more planning that needs to be done. I've been at it for a couple of months (planning that is), and a trip of this Posted by tedvanrossum in Ted's Big Adventure | Sep 1, 2016
  • Fete de la MusiqueThe next highlight of Tuesday was a trek to E. Dehillerin, a kitchen supply store that’s been operating in the same location in Paris for 200+ years! Mary Ann really wanted to experience it as it’s been frequented by many Posted by otisandma in Salut tout le Monde! | Jun 25, 2016
  • Is Quebec City Worth Visiting?So having tasted a bit of winter weather in the Rockies, it was nice to head to Quebec City for a bit of sun. Like every journey we’ve taken on this trip, moving from one place to another has taken long Posted by OwenGadflies in Go North East, New Retirees | Oct 25, 2015
  • Train Across Canada: Winnipeg to MontréalVisiting the Manitoba Museum, I learnt about the Hudson Bay Railway, and it created a great desire in me to take a ride up to Churchill. Construction started in the 1880's but the line was not actually finished until 1929 Posted by NZBarry in Barry Travels the World | Oct 26, 2014
  • Backpacking Toronto to Montreal. First time in Canda[[|Canada Backpacking Video]] This is my second backpacking adventure to Toronto, Niagara Falls, Ottawa, and Montreal and my long desired first time to Canada. At first glance, this Canada trip seems like l Posted by JerseyBoy88 in A. Perez Voyages | Nov 15, 2013
  • Here a Lock, There a Lock (Recreated from Lost PC)Wednesday, September 11th, 2013 Montreal, Canada Today we continue on our way through the Saint Lawrence River. Who knew that there was so many locks in the river? Apparently everybody aboard this vessel but me! At 19:00 we sailed Posted by kitcusick in Sailing the Seas | Sep 11, 2013
  • MontrealUpon arriving in Toronto customs to catch the connecting flight to Montreal, I immediately felt I was no longer in the US. The fashion was different and people seemed less...rushed. Approaching the customs officer, I braced myself for the stern, Posted by always_explore in Never lost, always exploring | Sep 2, 2013
  • Montreal is...The last month I've been in this city, learning some french and absorbing as much of the summer vibe as I can. In a list, this is what Montreal is to me. Starting with some of the little things... Croissants aux Posted by maplemoose in Right side, Wrong hemisphere | Aug 4, 2013
  • ReunionFor the last 6 years almost every summer holiday I have done a road trip with 2 of my friends from university, Will & Toivo. We decided to do the same for the North American summer, well actually we just Posted by joachim_d in Unemployed and Homeless | Jul 16, 2013
  • Forests, farms and French classGreetings from my balcony in sunny Montreal!!! Its midday, I’ve just finished French class, have been to collect my new set of wheels and am now chilling on the balcony with my teapot that survived the move from Ottawa. The bike Posted by maplemoose in Right side, Wrong hemisphere | Jul 9, 2013
  • Beaches, biking and the arrival of summer...With exams all done and most exchange students gone back home or traveling, the few of us remaining in Ottawa are making the most of the summery weather to fully enjoy the city and be tourists at home. The city Posted by maplemoose in Right side, Wrong hemisphere | May 9, 2013
  • Border Hopping - part 1Last week we all had the uni Winter Break, also known as reading week (though let's not kid ourselves, not much study got done). Most of the exchange students here took off to some place or another, the top three Posted by maplemoose in Right side, Wrong hemisphere | Mar 3, 2013
  • Dancing to the beat of the snowMontreal is less than three hours down the road (give or take a couple of hours for driving though snow). I was one of s bus load of exchange students from Carleton that went there for the weekend and Posted by maplemoose in Right side, Wrong hemisphere | Jan 21, 2013
  • J'aime Montreal!As we headed from Quechee to the Great White North, ay, we stopped in Waterbury, VT at one of the place I have always wanted to go: Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Factory. Alas, it was but a Posted by jim-n-mark in Jim and Mark's Epic Amero-Euro Adventure | Aug 3, 2012
  • Canada, round 2!For only a few bucks extra, we found out that the return flight we took to South America, did not have to return to the same place, namely Vancouver which you have read about at the start of our adventure. Posted by DebandMatt in Deb and Matt's awesome adventures | Jun 28, 2012
  • Depart !Yo yo yo ! Here I go ! Time has come to leave chaotic Montreal ! Posted by testermat in My World Travel Blog | Apr 24, 2012
  • MontrealWednesday 4 Jan 2012 We decided to give the Novotel breakfast a chance to impress us. It didn’t – the buffet was too expensive, and the trio (a selection of fruit, cereals, pastries and drinks) had too many ‘ors’ and not Posted by jrp_pedal in Never Too Old | Jan 5, 2012
  • Musee in Montreal – Week sixA three hour pleasant Via train trip from Quebec takes us to Montreal, and our second Air Bnb apartment experience (at CAD $78 per night) in the working-class suburb of Joliette. The apartment is common of typical Montreal-style architechture; several-sto Posted by kelnweps in Something Ventured | Dec 30, 2011
  • MontrealAfter a morning of travelling, we arrived in another french-speaking part of Canada, Montreal. The whole bus was very excited for one of the optional extras, which I think the entire bus signed up for - jet boating on Posted by SimonLouise in Simon & Louise's Tour of America | May 14, 2011
  • tummy aches, metro, and a really nice noteSome time during my walk in the rain and after my drink at Starbucks, I had a tummy ache. I am not saying that the drink at Starbucks triggered this, but it's just embarrassing when it happens and just Posted by 4kitten in adventures | Oct 25, 2010
  • walking in the rain, a bit of a rant, and food mattersThe weather in Montreal turned as expected, and we are seeing showers... I contemplated about staying in, but as this is my last "real" day in Montreal, I wanted to feed my adventure spirit one last time. So after a Posted by 4kitten in adventures | Oct 25, 2010
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