Comfort Inn Aeroport

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

340 av Michel Jasmin, (off Cote de Liesse), Dorval, Quebec, H9P 1C1, Canada
Comfort Inn Aeroport
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Costs 35% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Cross Country Motorcycle Trip

by senntri

Hi I'm based in Seattle and am planning on riding my motorcycle from here to Montreal late this summer. I'll be bringing only a backpack w/ clothes, supplies and tent. I was just wondering if anyone knew of any good camping spots or places to go along the 3000 mile trip. I will going primarily along the 1 and 17 but scenic detours will be necessary during the adventure. General resources like web sites or other forums might be helpful as well. Thanks!

Re: Cross Country Motorcycle Trip

by hawkhead

The Thousand Islands area of Ontario is pretty scenic.

Re: Cross Country Motorcycle Trip

by mim95

If you are entering from Niagara Falls, you can visit the wine region. Niagara on the Lake is a nice village to stop too. As mentioned earlier, 1000 Islands is also interesting for a boat tour. Sandbanks Provincial Park is a nice beach getaway. Have a look at Ontario Parks website for details.

Finger Lakes in NY is also an interesting area. It is also the wine region. Letchworth State Park and Watkins Glen State Park have really interesting limestone gorges and waterfalls. Ithaca is a nice college town with some state parks nearby with campgrounds. The Adirondacks area is also quite amazing. I love the country roads in NY as the terrain is great for driving and there are lots of motorcyclists doing road trips here. You can cross the border to Kingston.

Travel Tips for Montreal

Square Victoria

by tiabunna

On our return from Mont Royal, we continued on the Métro to the city. Here, when we exited, we found a pleasant park, full of lunching office workers making the most of the summery weather. A look at our map confirmed it was Square Victoria and yes, it would indeed be a pleasant place to lunch with its fountains and a large statue of the former Queen. The sort of breathing space needed by all cities, I guess.

Rue Ste. Catherine

by Poohgirl_007

Go shopping on rue Ste. Catherine, and if you're lucky you might be able to see some buskers. This street is filled with shops and restaurants, and is where the Eaton Center is located. It can take a few hours to stroll up and down the street. One store you must go to is Simon's department store, which has 3 floors of amazing clothes and accessories at reasonable prices. This street is intersected by rue Crescent, which is overflowing with bars, restaurants (inclduing Hard Rock café), nightclubs, and pubs.

French for the non-french tourist

by ct-bound

Some basics:

Bonjour (bone zhuu) - hello, good day
S'il vous plait (see vuu play) - please
Merci (Mare-see) - thank you

Is - est (ay)
Where - ou (oow) est...?
When - quand (kond)
How much - combien (kom byen)
Bathroom - la toilette (twa let)
Left - Gauche (goshe)
Right - Droit (draw)

Water - de l'eau (der low)
Chicken - poulet
Beef - boeuf
Fish - poisson
Seafood - fruits de mer ('fruits of the sea' - cute)
Lamb - Agneau
Pain (pan) - bread
Petit dejeuner - breakfast
Dejeuner - lunch
Souper - Dinner
5 a 7 (cinq a sept) - happy hour

1 - un
2 - duex (doo)
3 - trois (twaa)
4 - quatre (cat)
5 - cinq (sank)
6 - six (seece)
7 - sept (set)
8 - huit (weet)
9 - neuf (noof)
10 - dix (dees)

How to order off a numbered menu and sound like you know what you're doing -
'I would like number 5, please'
= 'Je voudrais numero cinq (5), s'il vous plait' pronounced 'zhe vuu dray noo-mero sank, see vuu play'

Quartier Latin...

by zChris

Check out the Quartier Latin (Latin Quarter). So-named after the Paris district with many students, the Latin Quarter is surrounded by the UQAM (Université de Québec a Montréal) campus and buzzes with student life. Along rue St-Denis are terrasses, interesting shops, and coffeehouses, all housed in quaint 1860s rowhouses. At night, the scene explodes with jazz clubs and an unbeatable restaurant scene. Head to the Berri-UQAM metro station and walk north up St-Denis to the Square St-Louis to see its most interesting and exuberant part.

Dust up your french

by khlisson

Two words that will get you through Montreal much quicker are Bonjour and Merci. Bonjour means hello and Merci means thanks. Usually a shopkeeper will address you with Bonjour, it is polite to thank the person at the Metro ticket counter with Merci, for example. Oui is yes and Non is no.


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 Comfort Inn Aeroport

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Address: 340 av Michel Jasmin, (off Cote de Liesse), Dorval, Quebec, H9P 1C1, Canada