Le Simone

1571 & 1573 rue Saint-André, Montreal, H2L 3T5, Canada
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Taxi from Cote-St-Luc to Dorval Airport

by ramot418

How much would you estimate a taxi would cost from the Cavendish Mall area of Cote-St-Luc to Dorval Airport? I imagine it would involve going around through Van Horne/Fleet and the Decarie circle, as there seems to be no direct route over the train tracks. Thanks.

Re: Taxi from Cote-St-Luc to Dorval Airport

by CASS1DY

Hey,

I live not far from this area and from my place to the airport is around $25, I think you're looking at closer to $30/$35 possibly even $40. There is definitely no way past the tracks and I guess you could go via Decarie circle. Be careful if your flight is around traffic times (7:30am-9:00am// 3:30p - 6:00p) because it can get really heavy in that area. I would take Cavendish to the 20 West (ville st.pierre exit) then the airport is right off the 20. This is usually better for traffic too. But maybe the taxi/ google maps knows better.

There is unfortunately no go public transit option :( (unless you take a bus from the central buss station- Berri Uquam down-town) But than you're going backward to go forward... good luck.

Re: Taxi from Cote-St-Luc to Dorval Airport

by ramot418

I have driven through the Decarie circle many times and it is always at least a little janmmed, mainly in the direction of the Metropolitan East. However, going north to Ville St. Laurent or west in the direction of the airport/Ottawa it was never crowded. The problem during rush hour are the *approaches* to the Decarie circle, mainly on the Decarie Expressway going north, but also the northbound service road. Your suggestion makes a lot of sense for the rush hour. However, I'll leave it for the cab driver to decide - he'll know best (unfortunately I will have to leave for the airport around 5pm).

Thanks for your input.

Travel Tips for Montreal

St. Joseph's Oratory City View

by jamiesno

I provided this picture to give you some idea of what view you will get from St. Joseph's Oratory. You are in the Mont Royal area but as you can see the view isn't the neccessarily the world's best from here :-(.

You can see for miles however on a nice cool crisp morning like this one :-)

see the outdoor festivals in...

by tracynicole1

see the outdoor festivals in the summer. The Jazz Fest is a must, comedy fest, cultural celebrations....there are activities all summer long and there are always free events. There is a great variety of restaurants.

St. Joseph's Oratory

by nicolettart

I was speechless when we arrived~~well, for a couple of reasons~~standing at the bottom it really is a magnificent sight. Then you have to start climbing the steps! This was especially treacherous on our visit because it had snowed and it was slippery and icy. (Well if the devoted can climb on their knees, we sure can handle this!)

Maisons Victoriennes

by zChris

I miss the colourful Victorian houses. Some of the neighbourhoods of East End Montreal are quite dreary, but suddenly out of the blue pop out amazing examples of restored Victorian architecture. Some of the best examples can be found on the Square St-Louis, Avenue Laval, Avenue Prince-Arthur, and Rue Cherrier. Below are homes just off Prince-Arthur.

The notorious percussionists rendez-vous...

by vibi68

The Tam-tam Jams or Tam-Jams as they are called first started in the late 70's. The exact facts are not known til this day, but we know that they started around the summer 1979 in the "Old Montreal" with Michel Séguin. We also know that Don Hill launched the invitation to Montreal's percussionnists to go to the Mount-Royal's foothill around the summer 1980. According to musician Roger Gauthier, present at the jams since their beginnings: Don dreamed to gather 100 percussionnists simultaneously to make a great concert. Quickly, word of mouth made it around the city and within the following six years hundreds of people gathered every Sunday at the same Mount-Royal spot. In 1986, the jams came down a bit lower to the George-Étienne Cartier's "angel" monument. During the following year the number of participants went from the hundreds to the thousands of people and since then... it has been the same every Sunday morning, people gather to party all day under the "angel" along with the tam-tam rythm. Be there, or be square! Everyone is invited from children, to grannies, whatever your sex, color, language, dressed or half naked... to listen, enjoy, dance or play music along with hundreds of other percussionists, come and have a party under the hot summer sun, but also from the first Spring "warm enough" days, to the last "not too cold" Fall days (usually from June 12th to end of September)... at the foothill of the Mount-Royal, you can't miss it.

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