At December, do we still have to respect the parking laws along the street which face my home?
I'm looking for a curiosity shop in Montreal. A place that might have skulls, pinned insects, strange old medical equipment, bizarre objects, weird sculptures, old books, artifacts etc. I have an uncle who's a collector from Hong Kong, he is dying to see Montreal's dark side. If you have any shop names or addresses please let me know!
We are looking for accommodations for a two or three night stay in Montreal where we can leave our car and walk throughout the area of Old
Hi, we are planning to visit Montreal in December - we are from Australia so have NO idea of how the cold will feel - and we were wondering if we would be able to walk around outside for long periods of time. We have gone online and bought coats and snow boots, however, we are still concerned about walking outside as a main way of sightseeing. Should we make alternate plans, subway, taxi and such?
I'm coming to Montreal for a year to work (I'll be based at UdeM). I was thinking of getting an apartment in the Cote-des-neiges district (close to the university). I've heard mixed things about this area.
How nice/safe is the area around Avenue Lennox and what about the area around the Cote-des-Neiges metro station?
travellng from us to montreal....will i need an electrical adapter for my digital cam and phone recharger and hairdryer?
Is there train (or bus) service from Montreal to Boston? Website?
Hi there. Im an Australian traveling to the US next year but I have always wanted to visit Canada. I have been told Montreal is the place to be. I want to see the sights and meet some people while I am there. I have looking at accommodation but i know where to stay and i dont want to be to far from town. Can anyone recommend a hot spot for me?
Our plans to Montreal have changed. There are now only three of us (2 adults and one teenager) traveling. Despite my secret desire to stay at Hotel Nelligan, I booked a suite at Le Square Phillips because of it's excellent reviews and spacious rooms. Since I now have the option of changing hotels, which one is best? Thanks in advance for your responses.
Has anyone stayed at the holiday inn express at old montreal.
Does it include complimentary breakfast
I am staying at hotel du fort-is there any cheap parking close by? (rather than paying 25 dollars a day there)
Hello, I'll be visiting Montreal for 1 week and traveling to Prince Edward Island for another. I know there are a few options when it comes to prepaid services, but I was wondering if anyone would have a recommendation. I need a prepaid sim card with a service that would allow me to make and receive calls, send and receive texts and have some data option for things like google maps, etc. Any recommendations? Thanks.
We're planning to stay at the Le Square Phillips hotel but dread their $25.00 ($22.00 plus tax) parking fee. Is there alternative parking nearby that's less expensive yet safe? Thanks in advance for all responses.
Are tourists over the age of 65 eligible to pay senior fares on the STM in Montreal
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?
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?
What is a good restaurant in Old Montreal ?
My wife is travelling to Halifax, NS to meet my daughters studying there. She is travelling on a tourist visa. She carries two laptops with her for my daughters. What will be the total tax and duty liability at the airport in percentage terms? Please guide.
I am arriving by train from New York. How do arrive at 623 Prince Arthur St. W
Traveling to Montreal next weekend (april) and considering staying at either Le St Sulptice hotel in Old Montreal (dog friendly) or an apartment at Amherst/St Catherine. Would like to walk the city with dog and be near restaurants/cafes/shops. Need a park/green space for dog nearby also. Hoping April is even decent walking weather up there. First time to Montreal so would appreciate any ideas/suggestions. :)
Going to Montreal in July or August , like to be close to Gay village .
Our first time in Canada and we - 2 adults- need extended stay lodging for the month of June.The hotel needs to be near the Ballet Divertimento School and Choregraphic Center- 3505 rue Durocher(corner of Milton), Montreal. Public transportation needs to be accessible..
I am looking to visit Montreal in the spring 2013. Can anyone recommend any newer hotels in downtown Montreal. I don't need anything too fancy, I just prefer new. Thanks for any feedback.
Hi, I am going to Montreal soon and staying at Holiday Inn Midtown. Does anyone know what is the best way to get there from the airport?? This is my first time to visit Canada. Sooooo excited!!
is the drive from montreal to mont tremblant an easy one or does it involve up-down hill or bends or curves?
Need to book 4 nights in Montreal for later this month. So many mixed reviews for the hotels I'm looking at that I'm wondering if I wouldn't be better off renting a private apartment or studio. Same price, and they look a lot nicer.
Whenever I'm in a new city the first thing I like to do is take a comprehensive guided tour by bus. I find it's the best way to get a lay of the land and it serves as a good starting point for further exploration.
Any recommendations in Montreal?
Just got a quote from the shuttle company that goes from YUL to Mont Tremblant. Round trip for 2 adults and a child they want374.
That's a car payment! Yikes!