Condos De L'Olympia

1010 Rue Sainte Catherine Est, Montreal, H2L 2G2, Canada
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Shopping in Montreal

by jamkhan

Hello everybody,
My husband's going to Montreal for a few days in August. What is it that I should be asking him to shop for (me!)? What is it that one must not come back home without? Awaiting your replies...thanks :)

Re: Shopping in Montreal

by heywinks

Maple syrup cookies are really good there. I just went last week and maple syrup is in season right now. The maple syrup itself is really good there, but if you don't eat pancakes or know how to use it, the cookies itself will suffice. Really good.

Re: Shopping in Montreal

by Laura_Mexico

Maple butter!!!!!! I just got a small jar from a local VT member a few weeks ago and it's something to die for which you can't find in other areas of Canada.... hopefully your husband can find some to bring you.

Travel Tips for Montreal

Walking around downtown

by Franberu

There are some many architectural styles to notice when you walk around downtown. And when you're tired from outside you can still walk many kilometers into the underground city. I took a few pictures for you....take a look. This picture shows you the 1000 Lagauchetière building. It is a 51 stories bluiding and at the bottom you have the bus terminal for South Shore transit. You also have a skating rink owned and operated by the Bell telephone Company.
The entrance hall is well decorated and nice to see. It is at 235 meters altitude which is the same as Mont-Royal. The regulation in Montreal dont allow any higher.


by RafaelTheSecond

The Biodome...aaaahhh the best Greenhouse in Canada...and I found two brazilian citizens living very well in Canada, but they need some sun light I guess, because their brothers in Brazil are really brown!

Going there is a real chance for you to learn the environment of this wonderful country called Canada, and also the ecosystem of other different regions of the world, INCLUDING BRAZIL!

February 2006

Quartier du Musée

by zChris

See the Quartier du Musée. This area, centred on rue Sherbrooke around the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montréal (Montreal Museum of Fine Arts) features Montréal's most elegant and exclusive shops, cafés and residences. Sherbrooke is somewhat like the Fifth Avenue of Montréal, featuring stores like Holt Renfrew, Saks, and Cartier; and hotels such as the Ritz-Carlton. The surrounding streets (de la Montagne, Bishop, Crescent, Mackay, Guy) all offer great restaurants and shops as well. The entire area looks thoroughlly polished and clean to perfection to boot. Definately the main attraction here is the Museum, but many tourists like to dine and shop on exclusive rue Crescent as well. Where Sherbrooke becomes residential, west of Guy, rue Ste-Catherine to the south gains its elegance, heading into exclusive Westmount with stylish gusto.

Montréal Tower / Olympic Park

by windoweb

Built for the 1976 Summer Olympic Games, the Olympic Stadium is the Park’s centrepiece, a bold design by French architect Roger Taillibert. Impressive in size and shape, and topped by the tallest inclined tower in the world, the Olympic Stadium quickly became a choice location for major sporting events, rock concerts and public gatherings. A funicular-type elevator brings visitors to the top three observation floors, where they have a superb view of Montréal and its surroundings. Guided tours are available. The sports centre, at the foot of the Tower, has six aquatic pools as well as a multi-sport facility.

Well, this is not really a...

by china-girl

Well, this is not really a cultural tip, but the Village area is very gay. There are also many sex shops and dance clubs there. We've been to many gay places like Provincetown or Key West, but nothing prepared us for this. The restaurant we went to was filled with gay couples, and we were the only heterosexual pair there. If you don't feel comfortable, then I'd not recommend the Village area.


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 Condos De L'Olympia

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Address: 1010 Rue Sainte Catherine Est, Montreal, H2L 2G2, Canada