Montreal accommodation and transit questions
What are the must go to places for food?
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Really? Saint-Hubert really have nothing to do with Swiss Chalet. Probably the reason why there is no more Swiss Chalet restaurants in Qc.. But this is off topic
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I'm planning to come during the summer. Not possible to even get a budget hotel for $150 in Montreal? For real? Let's go higher until I get can a place near a subway station. Any suggestions?
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MP3_SKY wrote: ↑I go back to MTL once a year and staying in hotels.
I drive over, so I don't stay in core Downtown (avoid parking fee and I don't need to be in the city)
I usually stay in Dorval (airport area), Point-Claire (next to hwy 40). It is easy for me to get around to see frds and family and they are round $130-$170/nt in summer times and those are Holiday Inn Express class of hotels. (3 or 3.5 stars)
If you are going from Toronto and doesn't plan to drive, why don't you take Via Rail Train or even cheaper with Megabus? It brings you directly to MTL DT instead of Airport in Dorval.
Hey guys, I'll be flying in from Boston during that week.Swerny wrote: ↑ there are lots of threads on what to do in Montreal, especially food wise.
If you are in Toronto, why would you fly to Montreal? If you don't want to drive, then take VIA right downtown
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