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Patrick Dault



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French Canadian foodie living in the most beautiful place on earth. Love travel, culture, art and anything related to people. Try everything twice, love to discover the other peoples worlds.

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AWestJet Airlines - Good or Bad?

Personally used Westjet domestically and they were great. They are quite unique and similar to Southwest in the U.S. For nickel & diming , I I'd say that it all depends on the fate you select. However, I feel they are less of a hassle to deal with. See More

AMontreal: In town for Jazz Fest -- what not to miss

Hi Jonathan,  you may want to head down to Old Montréal​and check out Marché Bonsecours​ there is always something going on there, don't forget to check out all the antiques on the trendy Rue Notre-Dame​... See More

AMontreal: Hotel recommendation in Montreal

Hi Naresh,  The best way way to get to Parc Jean Drapeau​ is to use the Metro, it's quick and cheap; Parc jean drapeau is an island and getting there includes crossing one of the many dreadful bridges, also, getting in and out will be nothing short... See More

AMontreal: Montreal.. .What's the deal on cool neighborhoods & rooms for a honeymoon?

Hi Rick, there are plenty of cool neighborhoods in montreal, the   good news is that no matter where you end up you're bound to find something exciting. The ones I would recommend are : Vieux-Montreal​ now that is picture perfect honeymoon stuff...... See More

AMontreal: Best places and local gem to see during weekend in Montreal

Agree with lots of answers here.  I would add check out Marché Jean-Talon​ or Marché Atwater​ for some seasonal goods; not only will you find cheap eats but lots of local/gourmet foods and seasonal delicacies. For some inspiring... See More

AMontreal: Art / design and veggie eats

Hi Kevin, For art and design you'll love Montréal! It is a designated city of design by UNESCO so you'll have a great time. Be sure to explore the underground city which is also the world's largest public art gallery! Around Old Montreal and the convention... See More

ATokyo: Looking for a hotel in $400 -$600 range per night in Tokyo near transit

Hi, You would definitely like The Capitol Hotel Tokyu​​ in Nagata-cho, Chiyoda-ku, I Stay there when in Tokyo and it is exceptional. Superb service, great rooms and showers like you've never seen before. One of my favourites. It is located atop... See More

ANew Zealand: North or South Island

Hi Shreya,  In NZ there is no shortage of great sights ans definitely you should visit both. North and South Islands. However, for beaches, I would definitely choose North Island as the south has wonderful ocean views, but few beaches.  I would spend some time in Auckland... See More

QAmsterdam: Visiting in late March : what to see, eat and shop like a local

Hi, I will be visiting late March, have a couple of day free would love to see, eat and shop like a local, what are the best places in the city? Ideally foodie reataurants with great wines, where do the locals hang out for drinks and what should I see? If I shop, where... See More

ANew Zealand: What is the best way to travel in and around New Zealand?

You can take the name bus or intercity which are great but it all depends what you want to see. Nz is a pan awesome country but sometimes, when you get somewhere the attraction can be a bit off the beaten track so requires local transport. I would recommend either renting... See More

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