Fairfield Inn & Suites Montreal Airport

700 Avenue Michel Jasmin, (opening March 2008), Montreal, H9P 1C5, Canada
Fairfield Inn & Suites Montreal Airport
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Trains from Montreal

by caroline321

I am planning a trip to Saint Eustache from Montreal. I thought I could get a train to Two Mountains and a taxi from thereon. I have only just found out that there is no longer a train station at Two Mountains. Can anyone help with a suggestion as to how to get to Saint Eustache by public transport. Many thanks in advance.

Re: Trains from Montreal

by Greggor58

Here's an option for you...there definitely appears to be a bus station in Saint Eustache although I dont have personal experience using it..

http://www.greyhound.ca/home/ticketcenter/en/step1.asp

http://www.greyhound.ca/home/en/location/AgencyInformation.aspx?city=110968

Re: Trains from Montreal

by caroline321

Many thanks for taking the time to reply. I have since been in contact with Ville Saint Eustache and they have informed me that there is a commuter train which runs from Montreal to Deux Montagnes.

Re: Trains from Montreal

by Greggor58

You're welcome...good to know.. :o)

Travel Tips for Montreal

ALWAYS HAVE COINS

by oznztofro

So if you have to catch buses in montreal then you have to have coins. Their stupid machines can't take notes (unlike our buses in Australia)

Also once you get a ticket you can use it for the subway & the other buses what i miss the most of montreal is the rocker Elaine doing her cover show in dorval area

We had a great VT-Meeting in...

by meetings

We had a great VT-Meeting in Montreal, Saturday, february 2. We started the party at the Indianas American Diner&bar. After a few drinks and a meal, we went to the Luba lounge were we had a great time!!!!

Were present: Blinki1, Pierre_rouss, Emet_Perach, Europebn, Reverend, Le_dragon, Suzanne_m, ronaldpk and Sofa On september 7th 2001, we held a small meeting at St-Sulpice one of Montreal nicest terrasse. We were 3 members : lou (loubess), Genevieve (Blinki1) and Pascal (lavep)

Old Customs House (1836)

by yooperprof

This old stone building on the western end of the Rue St. Paul stands much as it did when it was constructed 170 years ago. Moreover, this spot (Place Royale) was also the location of the first fort in the region, Ville-Marie. Appropriately, perhaps, the Customs House now serves as offices and gift shop for the nearby Archeological Museum "Pointe-a-Calliere".

Edifice Ernest-Cormier (1926)

by yooperprof

Neo-classical architecture runs strong in old Montreal, making this one of the most "traditional" looking big cities in North America. One of the grandest buildings in the city center is the 1926 "Edifice Ernest-Cormier," named after its hard-working architect. The structure was originally a major civic courthouse for the city, was later turned into a music school, and is presently the home of the Quebec Court of Appeals. This massive Doric colonnade is at the intersection of Notre-Dame and Rue St. Gabriel, just a short stroll from Place d'Armes.

Poutine (poo-teen)

by ct-bound

An original Quebecois (Quebec-people) culinary delight to spread your backside and stop your arteries. Mmmmmmm good.

Poutine is a must-try in Montreal. Basic poutine is french-fries (frites) covered in white cheese and smothered in gravy, such that the cheese is all melty good.

There are options for poutine, and there's a place, La Banquise (thanks Shannon!) on Rue Rachel in the Plateau area at the Northwest corner of Parc Lafontaine that's open 24 hours and offers more than 15 types of poutine!

The sausage and mushroom poutine sounded really good to me, but I'm afraid I really had to pass on the Poutine Chouxx (=cabbage!!!).

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 Fairfield Inn & Suites Montreal Airport

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Address: 700 Avenue Michel Jasmin, (opening March 2008), Montreal, H9P 1C5, Canada