Residences Universitaires UQAM West

2100 rue Saint-Urbain, Montreal, H2X 4E1, Canada
Residences Universitaires UQAM West
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Bus / train to Mount Washington (NH) ?

by RyanWales

Hello all, i will be arriving in Montreal on Friday morning and plan on staying a night or two then making my way to Mount Washington in New Hampshire. Does anyone know if there is a bus that goes that way or at least stops off near the mountain or its nearest town ?
I can't find much on the internet but i'm hoping someone will know more on here, thanks in advance.
Ryan

Re: Bus / train to Mount Washington (NH) ?

by hawkhead

In the summer, Greyhound runs a bus that stops at Burlington, then North Conway which is the nearest to Mt. Washington.

Re: Bus / train to Mount Washington (NH) ?

by RACCOON1

OR
Take Greyhound Montreal/Boston and get off in Concord NH ( 8:15 am - 3:10 pm)
Then take Concord Coach Lines
The Berlin/Conway - Boston line.Lv Concord 6:35 pm ar Pinkam Notch 9:10
Also stops in Gorham, North Conway
This is car country .

Re: Bus / train to Mount Washington (NH) ?

by RyanWales

OK thanks i have decided to miss the mountain now, seemes to much work without a car and i dont have that long.
Info was handy though, Ryan.

Travel Tips for Montreal

Montreal

by vogon

Hi there,
In a month you can see more than Montreal. Visit also Quebec city and Ottawa, and if you still have energy, go to Toronto and Niagara Falls. Anyway, here is some popular Montreal attractions as an example: Montreal Botanical Gardens (Jardin Botanique de Montreal), Notre-Dame Basilica (Basilique Notre-Dame), Old Montreal Vieux-Montreal), Mount Royal, St. Joseph's Oratory (Oratoire Saint-Joseph), Biodome de Montreal (in Olympic park, there is other stuff too). This week is the jazz festival week, so finding accomodation might be tricky.
Here is some links to city and accomodation.
http://www.montreal.com/
http://www.hotels.ca
http://www.hostels.com/en/ca.qc.mo.html?source=hostelscomus
Also McGill University (downtown) is giving cheap accomodation during summer time.
The tourist office is on Peel street, they are very helpful...Cheers

participate into Montreal...

by B_Lacombe

participate into Montreal festivals that are held all summer long. Many of very well known such as the Jazz festival, Film Festival, Just for laugh Festival, etc. Summer is so short that Montrealers just love being outside. There is also the St-Denis street where people hang out at night to have a cool beer on a terrrasse. The view from Mount Royal at the belverdere is worth seeing. Actually there are 2 belvederes (look outs), one on the east side looking toward the Olympic Stadium (Montreal biggest financial fiasco) and another one less known but very interesting looking out west. One must go up into the very rich Westmount mansion area on top, and the look-out is there.

Pierre Elliott Trudeau's Private Home?

by jamiesno

On this tip I am in search of some help, please email me.

While on a city bus tour I could have swore that this was the home of Canada's greatest prime minister the Right Hon. Pierre Elliott Trudeau.

Since my return from Montreal I have a little debate and an adversary of mine claims it was the house next to this one?

Hhmmm can anyone confirm for me that I am right on this one???

Representations of Canada...

by vibi68

Canada's

Animal: the beaver, which attained official status as an emblem of Canada when an "act to provide for the recognition of the beaver (castor canadensis) as a symbol of the sovereignty of Canada" received royal assent on March 24, 1975.

Motto: Its only in 1872 when Brittish Columbia joined the whole of Canada, that the motto "Mari usque ad mari" latin for "from coast to coast", thus from the Atlantic to the Pacific ocean was adopted. It is also a verse of the Bible, psalm 72 verse 8: Et dominabitur a mari usque ad mare, et a flumine usque ad terminos terrae.

Logotype: A red maple leaf, for obvious reasons.

Flag: Red and white were approved as Canada's official colours in the proclamation of the royal arms of Canada in 1921 by King George V. The flag's red sides representing both Pacific and Atlantic ocean, with between them an eleven points red maple leaf on a white backgroud being all the citizens of Canada without distinction of race, language, belief or opinion.

A Little Goes A Long Way

by jessicat1982

So you ask yourself, "Should I learn french if I want to get by in Montreal?" Honestly? It all depends on what area you're staying in. You have to understand that french is the first official language in Quebec and alot of residents feel strongly about that. As alot of people have already mentioned, it's a good idea to know at least the basics if you want locals to be friendly to you.
If you're staying on the Island, especially Downtown, you can definately get by on little to no french. We do love our tourists and try to acommodate as much as possible. The further you get away from the island the more french becomes a neccessity, rather than a common courtesy. In certain areas on the south shore like longueuil and most of the eastern townships there's about a 60% chance you'll run into someone who doesn't speak a lick of english or will pretend they don't at least.:P do yourself a favor and learn at least a little of the language. it'll save you the trouble and embarrassment of gesticulating wildly and speaking slowly and loudly when you ask someone for directions or advice that doesn't speak any english:P

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Address: 2100 rue Saint-Urbain, Montreal, H2X 4E1, Canada