Hotel Montreal Centrale

1586 St Hubert, Montreal, Quebec, H2L 3Z3, Canada
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Montreal in June - WHAT TO WEAR??

by kvbailey

We will be in Montreal June 19 - 25. Can you give me a heads up on what the weather might be like and what would be the most appropriate attire. We are traveling from Texas - it is hitting 100 degrees here already! Thanks for any suggestions - don't want to chaeck too many bags!

Re: Montreal in June - WHAT TO WEAR??

by ter1413

I have been to Montreal a few times around that time(for the Jazz Festival.) It's usually very nice! I wore shorts during the day and jeans at night!! It usually won't be as warm as Texas, but it will be very comfortable...

Re: Montreal in June - WHAT TO WEAR??

by Greggor58

Im about 150 kms from Montreal...we get the same weather essentially..fluctuations can range anywhere from about 10C to 35C...daytime highs..50F to 95F...all depends.
Today there's a low going through and the "high" temp is only 12C..just under 54F so its almost a little cold for shorts and Ts...almost if you're used to it.

Bring a bit of both...Better to be safe than have to go out to shop..

Re: Montreal in June - WHAT TO WEAR??

by jonellis

In Summer I live 55 miles from Montreal near the border in Vermont USA. Been here for 40+ years. In June it is rare to have 90+ weather, but 80 + is common as is 58 to 65 daytimes after a front goes through. Nights are usually in the low 60s to mid 50s. I wear shorts most of the time during the day, and light weight slacks at night or on cool days. These days I only have a 20 inch Pilot case and no check in bag when I fly for up to 3 weeks. Last September we went to Ireland and Spain and only had carry on 20 inch pilot cases plus laptop case each. My experience showed me that we Americans take too much stuff when we travel. Learn to pack tight and smart and you need not check anything in. Rather than pack a light jacket, wear it or carry it on the plane. In spite of your doubts, there are washing machines in places other than Texas.

Re: Montreal in June - WHAT TO WEAR??

by juniperjune

Ok, we had a heat wave in May, and now it is 15 degrees. So ???
Ok, bring pants, but not heavy ones. Light weight material.
Bring short sleeves or sleevless, but make sure you have a jacket or sweater
Bring shorts or summer dresses.
Bring clothing that you can layer, as the mornings can be cold and the evenings as well.
Good luck!

Travel Tips for Montreal

The Latin Quarter

by Carmanah

If you're seeking out interesting neighbourhoods in Montreal (which is really, in my opinion, what Montreal is all about), then you'll probably come across "the Latin Quarter" or "le Quartier Latin".

Not to be confused with the Montreal pub of the same name, one might assume that the Latin Quarter is an ethnic community of... well... Latins! Whether it be Latin American, or Spanish/Italian, you know what I'm talking about.

But the reality is that the name "Latin Quarter" has nothing to do with any Latin community. The name of this neighbourhood was actually taken from the Parisien neighbourhood of the same name because, like the Quartier Latin in Paris, the Quartier Latin in Montreal has several universities. Paris' Quartier Latin was called such because university students in the Middle Ages would be heard speaking Latin.

But back to Montreal - the Latin Quarter is a unique neighbourhood full of theatres, cafes, boutiques and general artsy ambiance. If you're looking for the hip, eccentric and cosmopolitan side to Montreal, you'll find it here. The Latin Quarter can be found along the lower end of Rue St-Denis.

LIVE LIFE!! Montrealers, more...

by james_sinton

LIVE LIFE!! Montrealers, more than residents of any other city in North America, know how to live life. It's never unusual to see cafes, patios, parks and restaurants throughout the city packed with locals, even on a warm summer day in the middle of the week. It has nothing to do with laziness or lack of work ethic, it's just that life, to Montrealers, is more important than anything else. So, go to a cafe, or a resto-bar and live life with the locals.

study english at La Salle...

by katie_park

study english at La Salle college... hahaha!
this school was the first and the last institute where i studied english in montreal for 5 months...
when i dropped by the mizba, oversea education agency to pick up some info on ESL course in canada, an agent appealled me saying that montreal has relatively less korean students, and La Salle has one of greatest programme there... well, i had a little bit of doubt, though, i gave it a shot and really i had no korean classmates at least in the same classroom while studying there...on the other hand, if you study toronto, or vancouber expecting not many koreans--- uh-hah!!

Montreal's prices guideline...

by vibi68

Loaf of bread: 2$ to 2.60$
Newspaper: 0.6$ tp 1.50$
Bus/metro ticket: 2.50$
Bottle of spring water: 1$ to 2$ (no fancy-shmancy)
Local stamp: 0.50$
Combo meal at McD's: 6$
Lunch buffet meal: 6$ to 10$
Diner buffet meal: 10$ to 15$
Movie theater: 8$ to 12$
Beer bottle in a pub: 4.5$ to 5.5$
Beer pitcher in a pub: 12$ to 15$
Gas at pump: 1$ per L.
Internet time: 6$ per H. (net-coffee shops)
Cigarettes: 7$ to 8$ (25 pack)
Chocolate bar: 1$ to 1.20$
Hockey ticket: 50$

It all started here

by ChuckG

"Cirque du Soleil" is now world renowned. I saw them in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Quebec City and Montreal. Walking through Old Montreal, I found their world headquarter totally by coincidence. Note that they built a giant multiplex center in the East End. This building is more a symbol than a real head office...

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Address: 1586 St Hubert, Montreal, Quebec, H2L 3Z3, Canada