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08-02-2006, 08:05 AM
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OT:coming to montreal

i posted the same thing on my homeboard. id appreciate any help anyone can give me.
I know theres about 4,000 of these topics, but me an a few fellow 18 year old buddies of mine are going to montreal in a week or two. will i need a passport, or can i just use a birth cirtificate and my drivers liscense to get into and more importantly out of the country? i dont think ill have enough time to get a passport if i need one, so im just wondering. also, what are some good bars* not clubs to go to. none of us are into that whole club/rap/techno atmosphere. looking for a place with a worldy selection of beer, because we're on a goal its the last time we'll all be together before we all leave for college in the fall, so im hoping everything goes smoothly. Also, can anyone reccomend some good record stores in montreal to buy some vinyl? i listen to mostly ska and reggae music, but i also listen to soul and jazz, im not looking for chain record stores that stock tons of new cds and the like, but mom and pop stlye new and used record stores. thanks everyone!

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I don't live in montreal so I would be of little help, but as far as passport is concerned, I have a couple friends who pass the line without a passport, and they didn't ever have trouble.

It isn't mandatory *yet* and I think it would just be a lot of help if you have a criminal record. Aside from that, it would be very surprising if you have any problems crossing the line.

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On St-Laurent and St-Denis there's a restaurant called Bières & Compagnie ... they have around 150 different kind of beers.

Also, about vinyls... I think Atom Heart and Archambault (corner Berri/St-Catherine) have some

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The best place for vinyl is Beatnick on St-Denis street, just passed Des Pins.

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As a customs officer I can tell you that you need two pieces of id. One has to havea photo like a drivers license and the other can be a birth certificate or voters registration card. As for leaving you will need the same as far as I know but that you would have to check with American customs.

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The best place for vinyl is Beatnick on St-Denis street, just passed Des Pins.
thats what ive heard from a few people. so it looks like i'll be going there. i hear they have a lot of soul and jazz music. il lbe sure to check it out

thanks for the help everyone.

oh and btw..im a bruins fan

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oh and btw..im a bruins fan
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thats what ive heard from a few people. so it looks like i'll be going there. i hear they have a lot of soul and jazz music. il lbe sure to check it out

thanks for the help everyone.

oh and btw..im a bruins fan
oh..then u can stay where u from

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seriously, when will a mod sticky this type of thread. so that all the information can be found in one thread instead of trying to find the 30 previous ones that talked about it...

check out this site:

www.madeinmtl.com

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oh..then u can stay where u from
ooh i plan on leaving a part of me in montreal, in the toilete, and on the streets. if you know what i mean


thanks for the website, its very helpful

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one more question. whats the policy on smoking in public?

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one more question. whats the policy on smoking in public?
I believe you cannot smoke in "public" places i.e. bars, restaurants, shopping centres etc...

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one more question. whats the policy on smoking in public?
you can't smoke in any building, no exception, it's as simple as that.

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Smoke outside, anywhere you want. You can smoke in restaraunts as long as its outside on a terrace, balcony or somewhere open.

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gotcha. thanks again everyone

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gotcha. thanks again everyone
Hey Dude. i mentionned this to one of the other guys. i bartend at Club La Boom montreal, on Stanley right above Chez Pare. If you need guestlist feel free to call me. 514-808-0153.

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