I'm thinking of driving up to Montreal for a few days with my 17 year old son. I'm looking for suggestions on where to stay and what to see. My budget is very tight, so I need to make this as cheap as possible.
We're thinking of taking a trip to Montreal during the first week of September. We'll be flying in and won't have a car. Unfortunately, our ability to navigate steps, hills, and long walks will be somewhat limited. Do you have any suggestions about where to stay (up to $225 per night), as well as what attractions to see, including organized city and water tours?
In a couple of days time I will be hoovering into Montreal for a few days. Does anyone have any suggestions on bars where there's not a bad sized crowd midweek and the clientelle is of a more mature age group?
Any help much appreciated.
Me and my friends are planning a four day road trip to New Brunswick from Montreal.
This will be our first visit to the province. We were wondering what city(ies) should we visit. (We are not planning to party late night, outdoor activities will be our preference).
Given that we are all students, budget is also our consideration ($500 per person)
Also, is it better to drive from Montreal or shall we take train/bus?
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