A travel journal
to Montreal by stephaniejoye
Quote: Wonderful multicultral city. Very old architecture. Great shopping. Amazing nightlife!
Hotel | "Days Inn"
It was a very good location, right across the street from the police station, which adds a sense of security, as well it's a quick walk to St. Catherine Street, which is where you want to be! There are plenty of restaurants within a walking distance. The view of the skyline at night from our room was incredible. Being just outside of the downtown core is the best idea because of the noise and the masses of people.
Member Rating 4 out of 5 on August 26, 2003
Days Hotel and Conference Center- Montreal Metro
1005 GUY STREET
Montreal, Quebec H3H2K4
Nouilles Soupbol noodles
1245 Carre Phillips
Member Rating 5 out of 5 on August 26, 2003
670 Ste Catherine West
Attraction | "Cheers"
PJ O'Hara's Campus Bar
1260 MacKay Street
Montreal, Quebec H3G 2H4
Montreal has a very multicultural population, including a Chinatown featuring wonderful food and Oriental markets. There are wonderful lion statues at the entrance, make sure to get your picture taken with them!
Within a couple of hours you can drive to the Laurentiens, the mountains north of the city, where in the summer there is much to do outdoors (hiking, swimming, etc). In the fall, the colors are not to be missed, and in the winter the skiing is incredible at Mont Tremblant and in the spring the new buds on the trees are amazing! It's an all season destination.
Saint john, New Brunswick