Montréal, Québec Part I

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Montréal has historical influences from the British, French, and Native Indians which make this an eclectic, vibrant, and tourist-friendly city!

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Mother Nature and Montréal definitely have an unspoken love affair that is beautifully shown on the trees, in the parks and markets.

With a convenient location near Old Montréal and several metro stations within walking distance, it was the perfect hotel for our visit to Montréal.

Intercontinental Montréal 

A great place to unwind after discovering Montréal. This quaint bar is full of character and quickly became one of our favorite hotel bars we have visited!

 Sarah B. Bar Absinthe

This stunning church was designed in 1824 and the majority of construction occurred during 1824 through 1829.

Notre-Dame Basilica of Montréal

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Located on St. Paul Street, in a century old building with a stone facade and welcoming interior, this was one of our favorite restaurant experiences in Montréal.

Vieux-Port Steakhouse

Tourist attractions, like river cruises, excursions, pedal boat rentals, an IMAX theater, and a large outdoor skating rink are offered to visitors along the waterfront.

Vieux (Old) Port

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 Atwater Market

The market was established in 1933 and is housed in a historic art-deco-style building. It was the perfect spot to take refuge from the rain and enjoy a cappuccino and sweet treat!

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