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“Amazing spa circuit in the old port with views of the city!!! Full spa services as well. ~ 25-30 minute walk. Easy metro/Uber access too.”
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“Poutine again. My recommendation : choose the smashed potatoes (house specialty, soooo good)”
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“One metro stop from my place. Many music festivals during the summer, the famous Osheaga, Heavy Montreal, the Piknic Electronik. The Formula 1 is also held there so when there is the track that can be used for cycling or rollerblading. A (usually) crowded beach is on the islands, the Casino, the Biosphere and just walking you can regularly spot groundhogs in the lawns. Foxes and skunks can be seen rarely.”
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Salon / Barbershop
“A great place to simply walk around, marvel at the beautiful architecture, browse the local shops, sit at one of the many cafés and indulge in some people-watching.”
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Art Museum
“contemporary art museum, unbeatable.... and steps away from China Town ..for great pho/dumplings”
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Natural Feature
“The 14.5 km canal which passes through the Island of Montreal’s southwest is called Lachine Canal. Lachine is considered to be the gateway to a network of canals which link the Atlantic Ocean to the heart of the North American continent and is considered a National Historic Site. ”
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History Museum
“Modern museum with archaeological digs and interactive exhibits in historical buildings.”
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Portuguese Restaurant
“Portuguese place with grillchicken, spicy or not, salads, grill smoke, grease. Perfect if you are a fan of Portuguese chicken.”
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General Entertainment
“Montréal's Chinatown is centered on Rue de la Gauchetière, with Chinese gates marking the heart of the quarter. This colorful neighborhood dates from the late 1860s, when many of the Chinese laborers, who originally came to work in the mines and build the railroad, moved into the cities in search of a better life. Today's Chinatown is filled with Asian restaurants and shops, no longer exclusively Chinese, but a place where locals and tourists go to enjoy a good meal.”
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“Check out this Montreal institution for live music events or just hang out in the bar for a cocktail and good food! ”
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Portuguese Restaurant
“If you never tasted a Portuguese BBQ Chicken this a place to start. Affordable, and more of a take out restaurant. ”
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“Perfect for lunch, Olive et Gourmando is victim of their success. Always full of people on lunch hour they have the best sandwich selection. I highly recommend the Cubano!”
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Hockey Arena
“The Bell Centre (French: Centre Bell), formerly known as the Molson Centre (or Le Centre Molson), is a sports and entertainment complex in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It opened on March 16, 1996, after nearly three years under construction. It is best known as the home of the National Hockey League's Montreal Canadiens ice hockey team, and it has the largest arena capacity to regularly host an NHL team.”
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“Massive park just 1km away with plenty of room to have a picknick and relax in the shade. ”
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Wine Bar
“They have a really nice selection of wine (by the glass or by the bottle) and a delicious small food menu. Prices are also pretty good! It is another of our go-to place!”
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“The Chalet is actually not the main attraction, its the 180 degree view of the city. Take Serpentine path , or Camille Houde trail to access the Mont Royal Chalet , the paths along the way will also make you pass by Beaver lake ( how Canadian eh ! ). You can lounge / run / bike here during the summer or have some winter fun on the outdoor ice rink.”
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