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Helicopter Tour Over Montreal

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See Montreal from above on this helicopter tour of the city. During the ride, catch views of the Olympic Stadium, downtown Montreal, Mount Royal, and other sights as you soar at an altitude of 1,500 feet (457 meters). Before taking off, you’ll receive a safety briefing and be able to get comfortable with the aircraft.
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Jae L wrote a review Sep 2020
Long Island, New York5,268 contributions489 helpful votes
During our stay at “Holiday Inn Montreal Centreville Downtown”, we enjoyed walking through China Town streets with numerous eateries and shops. The hotel was right in the middle of China Town, and China Town was close to the infamous Notre-Dame Basilica (Basilique Notre-Dame de Montréal) and other Old Montreal’s attractions. China Town was also literally sitting right above the Montreal’s famous Underground City with metro stations, making it so convenient to move in and out of China Town from various locations in Montreal. China Town had many popular restaurants delicious foods at reasonable prices such as Ruby Rouge, Qing Hua and Maison VIP restaurants. China Town streets were clean and safe to walk around. We would recommend visiting China Town while in Montreal.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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toddlerpants wrote a review Jul 2020
Droitwich, United Kingdom983 contributions63 helpful votes
Again construction blighted our views of the entrance. The area itself is easy to walk round and contains everything you would expect of a chinatown. Due to the culturally diverse history of Canad it seems all the major cities have one of these.
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Date of experience: August 2019
Diana R wrote a review Feb 2020
Ottawa, Canada44 contributions5 helpful votes
Chinatown in Montreal is not a huge area. So it is very easy to go around and explore. There is a variety of restaurants and a chance to taste good green tea outdoors in the summer.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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nicoleearle wrote a review Feb 2020
Leading Tickles, Canada9 contributions3 helpful votes
Went here hoping for a taste of great food. Wrong ! There was a bone in the spring roll , the noodles were poorly cooked and the staff rude The dumplings was the only high light I would not recommend this place. Waste of money
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Date of experience: February 2020
marlin.slotin@gmail.com wrote a review Feb 2020
13 contributions3 helpful votes
le 8 Fév. Febé 8th 2020 Saturday late dinner Restaurant Keung Kee, 70 rue de la Gauchetière Ouest-West, Chinatown, Montréal, QC. After a phenomenal, inspirational Gospel Tribute held at the Evangel Pentecostal Church, 1235 rue Lambert Closse, this evening;honoring CKUT Radio McGill Univ. sunday mornings 6-10 am., we decided to venture out into the ultra gelid night -20 below insanity, to Chinatown. A stupendous pile of snow everywhere, we headed for the first lit eatery Keung Kee. An upward climb of stairs, not wheelchair accessible, we did the journey. At first glance, an almost dismal drab ambiance. The austere environment could have been a definite detriment, however, 'ne juge pas le bois par l'écorce' don't judge a book by its' cover, alas, we sat down, chortled & laughed, ordered a few dishes from the very exhaustive menu. Quelle super belle dîner!! For starters, a delicious piquant 'hot & sour soup' to perfection. Then came 'les pièces de la résistance' General Tao Chicken a huge platter, Hunan hot pot of beef & chinese vegetables, a sizzling platter of sliced chicken with ginger & pineapple. Every dish was piping hot, freshly prepared & ultra delectable!! Only great accolades to this very nondescript eatery!! Don't be duped by the appearance, go beyond & find culinary nirvana!! Marlene - Canadian gastronomical & music Journalist marlin.slotin@gmail.com)
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Date of experience: February 2020
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