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Katie
Amherst (Massachusetts)

Katie from Amherst (Massachusetts) asked

College students visiting Montreal

I go to college in Massachusetts and my friends and I have always wanted to drive up to Montreal on our fall break (October 11-14). Where can we stay that is central to Montreal and nice but affordable? Don't want to stay in a hostel, but can't stay in a 5 star hotel either. Also, what are some destinations, bars or restaurants that are unique to Montreal that we can visit while we're there?

Montreal (Canada)

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Kerry from Boston

It looks like there are some decent options under $100 for those days -- number 13 on this list looks especially interesting. And it's a great location. 

http://www.airfarewatchdog.com/155032TA/hotels?checkin=20141011&checkout=20141014

Check out bars and restaurants on Boulevard Saint-Laurent. It's one of my favorite areas to wander around. Also, there's a great farmer's market that's fun to nibble your way through -- Marché Jean-Talon market (there's a subway stop right there.) There are a couple of famous bagel shops that have a unique to Montreal type of bagel that are great. St-Viateur Bagel is one. 


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Karisa from Atlanta

I used hotwire.com to get a great deal on a hotel in Montreal the last time I was there.  We stayed in downtown on the border of Chinatown, so old town was less than a 10 minute walk.  I have a post about where I ate, drank, stayed on my blog.  Check out www.flirtingwiththeglobe.com


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