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We stay a a gay B&B We played tourist and did the hop on hop off bus, which was fun and good way to see Montreal. We ate at great Cafes . For US We enjoy LE Stud with there nice Bear Bartenders The rainbow...More
First off, the installation of the rainbow colored balls that cover the street is amazing. It is fun to walk under and beautiful to see from a distance. But other than that, I was a little depressed by the neighborhood. It seemed run down. I'm...More
Can't wait to go back. In Los Angeles, (as a lover of all things French, including the language, Most of ALL, I USED and Spoke and Much as I could!
Im NOT a 'fan' of Spanish...my HS French Teacher instilled in us that, a language,...More
This is a several block area with a focus on the gay community. But many folks not from the gay community are seen here too. Has a friendly, safe party vibe, with many restaurants and bars as well as stores providing other services. Many kinds...More
We came for for Formula 1 and stayed nearby so had to walk the street every day. It has to be the most depressing place I have ever been to. Homeless people begging for money, junkies - young people and very old ladies of the...More
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The village is still a pedestrian walk. There are always free events in "Place Emilie Gamelin" - You can head to the The Old port which is 20 minutes walk by from the village. You can go to the local bar " Normandie" which... More
The village is still a pedestrian walk. There are always free events in "Place Emilie Gamelin" - You can head to the The Old port which is 20 minutes walk by from the village. You can go to the local bar " Normandie" which has a nice terrace and if you like Karaoke it starts at 10pm. You meet locals there and it's fun. There's "Aigle Noire", just by walking around you will not miss a thing, it's all there ! ( From MADO Drag Club, Stud, Sky, Unity ....) For Theatre, you can walk from the village on foot to " Place des Arts" and check out what's listed. Best is to go around Noon and see what tickets are available.
The Old port is a nice walk around 17:00 + Plenty of Restaurants to see there I would recommend "Jardin Nielsen" which is in the heart of Place Jacques Cartier.
China Town is not far as well, it's within walking distance.
Upon you're arrive pick up FUGUES Magazine, or a local Map. Easy to get around the city. Enjoy Montreal :)