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11-28-2012 07:13 AM
VASYLfromUKRAINE
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dick Blonov
You mean Old Montreal I guess.

DB
maybe
11-28-2012 06:57 AM
Dick Blonov You mean Old Montreal I guess.

DB
11-27-2012 09:15 PM
VASYLfromUKRAINE
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dick Blonov
Some useful links:

Tourism Montreal pretty good info including lodging. You might want to move away from downtown a bit (near a metro station), slightly cheaper, and you'll find parking

STM (public transit web site)

Underground Pedestrian Network (20 miles of tunnels and passageways)

And as far as snow goes

You might want to try this.

Or the famous artery clogging poutine

Urban Spoon is your friend. Pretty good list from fast food to expensive wine&dine.

Avoid roadwork (almost impossible, but...). Click on the interactive map, you'll see what I mean

You can PM me when you know when you'll be in town.

Cheers!

DB
i heard about new and old city ??
can u tell me more about it?
thanks
11-27-2012 08:20 AM
VASYLfromUKRAINE
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dick Blonov
Some useful links:

Tourism Montreal pretty good info including lodging. You might want to move away from downtown a bit (near a metro station), slightly cheaper, and you'll find parking

STM (public transit web site)

Underground Pedestrian Network (20 miles of tunnels and passageways)

And as far as snow goes

You might want to try this.

Or the famous artery clogging poutine

Urban Spoon is your friend. Pretty good list from fast food to expensive wine&dine.

Avoid roadwork (almost impossible, but...). Click on the interactive map, you'll see what I mean

You can PM me when you know when you'll be in town.

Cheers!

DB
thanks !!!
11-27-2012 07:36 AM
Dick Blonov Some useful links:

Tourism Montreal pretty good info including lodging. You might want to move away from downtown a bit (near a metro station), slightly cheaper, and you'll find parking

STM (public transit web site)


Underground Pedestrian Network (20 miles of tunnels and passageways)


And as far as snow goes


You might want to try this.

Or the famous artery clogging poutine



Urban Spoon is your friend. Pretty good list from fast food to expensive wine&dine.

Avoid roadwork (almost impossible, but...). Click on the interactive map, you'll see what I mean

You can PM me when you know when you'll be in town.

Cheers!

DB
11-27-2012 05:33 AM
Dick Blonov
Quote:
Originally Posted by VASYLfromUKRAINE

do you have snow right now there??
Not yet but some ski slopes are already open up north. I'll be at work in about an hour and post some. Info. Mondays are he'll

DB
11-26-2012 08:26 PM
VASYLfromUKRAINE
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dick Blonov
Cool! So many things to do here. I'll post a few linkies for you later today

DB
do you have snow right now there??
11-26-2012 05:29 AM
Dick Blonov Cool! So many things to do here. I'll post a few linkies for you later today

DB
11-24-2012 02:42 PM
WuWuWu Hey sup?

I'm from Montreal, I can help you a bit. It depends what you want to do.

If you like sightseeing, then you should visit the old Montreal, Saint-Joseph's Oratory, Notre-Dame basilica and a bunch of museum. And the night view from Mont-Royal is not bad.

If you are more into nightlife, you can find a bunch of bars and clubs around Crescent street in downtown, or Saint-Laurent street (North of Sherbrooke)

If you wanna do some shopping (which I don't think you find cheaper stuffs than the states ) you have the underground mall in downtown and also there's this sector they call Plateau Mont-Royal, where you can find a bunch of interesting little stores.

If you wanna eat, Montreal IS the place. Although not everything is good, but you have tons of restaurant from different country. You have Chinatown if you feel like some Asian food, if you want a fancy restaurant, I'll say go look around in old Montreal, it is where they usually are.

As for staying, I'll suggest you stay near downtown and you should take the subway here (We call it Metro), there's a bunch of construction here and so it is sometimes faster to travel in subway than by car.

Aight, that's all i can think of for now, I'll add more if I can think of something else lol

Peace!
11-22-2012 09:16 AM
VASYLfromUKRAINE
trip to montreal

hi guys,
anyone from montreal here??
looking to visit montreal soon for the weekends.
can you recommended where to stay ?
where to go?
what to do there?

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