La Maison Brunet

1035 saint-hubert, Montreal, h2l3y3, Canada

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Maison Brunet
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  • Families88
  • Couples69
  • Solo50
  • Business80
  • Scrach beyond the surface

    by

    At first the hotel looks fine : Victorian charm, nice outdoor patio, good prices, accessible parking and everything close by. But then, once arrived, the nightmare starts : we had the room 16, tv was old and not functionning very well, bedspread hasent been cleaned in ages, bathroom in serious need of renovation (the shower door almost fell on me when I was just trying to close it), AC way to strong I was freezing. But the worse part was when I brang home some undesirable friends : bedbugs. So no, I do not recommend this place.

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Searching the EXPO - 1967 Today

by MATALON

I had this wonderful occasion to visit the Expo in 1967.
We shall return to Montreal begining May for less than a week.
I made some homework and know that places had change names.
What realy remaind today ? I know about the Casino !!
I need some typs about the EXPO and useless advice for our visit in May
Thanks

Re: Searching the EXPO - 1967 Today

by zampi

Hi

I was in Montreal last year and what i know, the island named Notre-Dame and all pavillon built for expo 67 are change vocation. U.S. pavillon are now the Biosphere (museum), the French pavillon and Quebec pavillon are both a Casino, The attraction parc LA Ronde still there. All other pavillon are desapear. The vocation of the Ste-Helene and Notre-Dame islands are change for be a public parc. A guide in a city tour told me the old port and the old city of montreal are now the most popular tourist area since 15 years now. And the city have now the biggest underground market center. Maybe is fun in the winter or in a rain day but me i prefer to be outside. The have different city tour by buses, boats and them with a jetboat going true the rapids. (i did that with my mother, we was completely soak but very amazing tour, safe but very special.

Re: Searching the EXPO - 1967 Today

by bomobob

I'm afraid there is almost nothing left today. There are a few building still there, but they would be of little interest to anyone hoping to rekindle a memory. You know about the casino, but apart from that there is only the Quebec pavilion, the shell of the US, and a few administrative buildings. The wonderful Calder sculpture, thankfully, is still in it's place near the old site of the Netherlands pavilion.
If you have a keen eye, you may find a few hidden lighting fixture which are still around, but you have to know where to look. Of course, Habitat is still standing at Cite de Havre, as are more boring buildings like the old CBC studios and the Expo67 Administration Building.

Re: Searching the EXPO - 1967 Today

by LeDragon

Sadly, you are a bit late. And I am not making fun of you. 2007 being the 40th aniversary of the Expo, there was an exhibition in a museum about it. It is now over.
That being said, and not being a montrealer myself, I can say that for quebecers older than me it was a highlight of Qu├ębec's XXth century's history. In an era were lots was changing, it is considered as the moment that open the eyes of quebecers to the world. Getting better of, with better wages, quebecers soon start travelling around the world. From that time, Montreal got more restaurants with all types of cuisine : japanese, thai, corean, tibetan, afghan, even ethiopian ! And most are pretty unexpensive.
Hope you will enjoy your coming back !
Yvon LeD

Travel Tips for Montreal

My fondest memory is going to...

by LeighAnne

My fondest memory is going to hockey games in the old Canadienns building. I have not been to their new one yet but the old one was full of history. Walking down Saint Catherines street where you see it all! And of course I love old universities and McGill University is worth a visit.

if you are visiting montreal...

by katie_park

if you are visiting montreal in summer season, you may spend most of your time lying on grass in old montreal, looking up the cloudless sky--sometimes with some puffs of cloud. after renting rollerblades and having extreme fun, i decided to buy ones of my own, and just ran to the old montreal right away... oh my dear! i was so good at it... in a sweat in hours of fun time, i walked around to see some performances, taking place around, with carrying the rollerblades on my shoulder, holding icecream on the other hand...

There are so many things to do...

by gayguy17

There are so many things to do and see in Montreal. It boast a wonderful Casino, so you can gamble and see a show, and have a wonderful meal at our Casino de Montreal.

In the summer it have an amusement park, La Ronde, incredible rides for kids and adults alike. Take the Metro to St.Helen's Island to get there easily. There's a park there too for swimming.

Montreal is also home to the Botanical Gardens; the Museum of Fine Arts; Place des Arts, which hosts the Montreal Symphony Orchestra and the Opera de Montreal; The Molson Center, home of The Montreal Canadian's Hockey team and venue for many shows; and The Olympic Stadium, home of The Montreal Expos Baseball team.

Difficulty depends on area and building

by VeroGoyette

If you will only stay in Montreal, it is not necessary to learn any French. Although it is very appreciated and you will be treated a bit better, you can get around by speaking english. Outside the island, either on the south shore or north shore, there will be more french but important buildings such as hotels and restaurants often require their employees to speak english. You might have more difficulty in local small business like grocery stores. Finally, the important thing to remember is that the further away you go from Montreal, the more difficulty you will have if you do not speak French.

Quebecers are very friendly...

by Appleman

Quebecers are very friendly people so don;t be surprised if someone just comes up to you and starts yapping. They aren;t trying to scam you just being nice. Also it is common practice to dress to the nines when you go out so make sure you are at least respectable before you decide to hit a nice club or go for a nice meal.

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