Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Montreal in October

My brother and I will be visiting Montreal in October and staying at
the Queen Elizabeth Hotel from the 5th to the 9th. After looking over
our old haunts in Verdun, we want to see as much as possible of the
mountain. Other than that we are open. Any suggestions for the
limited amount of time left?
Second Avenue


judy MSN said...

The last couple of times we visisted Montreal, we too stayed down town.  We really enjoyed wandering around Old Montreal, and dining in the wonderful restaurants there..the food is excellent.. Judy

biking2006 MSN said...

Thanks Judy. Old Montreal huh. I'm on it.

metalman108 MSN said...

walk along st catherine, go to st lawerance st
go to st denis, even cresent st.
after a few days on that action, rent a nice big car
just tour around, cross the chaplain bridge
also drive to verdun, start a wellington st
go west, drive past the nat, keep going
drive to lachine, see the canal etc, keep going
along the lakeshore, great stuff to see, go to green hornet for a beer?
keep going along lakeshore, to st anne, see the boats
go to petes for a smoked meat.
after done take the highway back to montreal
drive down st catherine to st lawerance
lots of action there.
most important bring lots of gringo for that good time

cathyart1 MSN said...

You have to go to Rex on Wellington for the best Fries in the world!Same greasy wallpaper and tiny tables...but wow-the FRIES!A taste of Heaven-or should I say...old Verdun memories?