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02-09-2017, 05:24 AM
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Hey gents

First time coming to Montreal in the first weekend in April. Staying at Quality Inn and Suites on 1600 Rue St-Hubert, Montréal. We are coming down for a bachelor party and wanted to know what we can do for fun in this area.

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Hey gents

First time coming to Montreal in the first weekend in April. Staying at Quality Inn and Suites on 1600 Rue St-Hubert, Montréal. We are coming down for a bachelor party and wanted to know what we can do for fun in this area.

Thanks
I suggest you walk a couple of blocks to St-Denis st., a very popular street filled with restaurants and bars. If you're a large group, I suggest going for drinks on the terrace of St-Sulpice (assuming the weather is nice).

For one of the most beautiful terraces in Montreal, I suggest you also go to Le Sainte-Elizabeth during the evening/night. Google the place to see what I mean.

Oh and if you're hungry before a night out, just go to Cinko on St-Denis st., a popular restaurant where everything on the menu is $5, and yeah, the food is actually pretty damn good.

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Hey gents

First time coming to Montreal in the first weekend in April. Staying at Quality Inn and Suites on 1600 Rue St-Hubert, Montréal. We are coming down for a bachelor party and wanted to know what we can do for fun in this area.

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I'd suggest checking this out, https://www.reddit.com/r/montreal/wiki/index

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Thanks boys, thanks alot SB164 appreciate the help man!

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What about on Chambord St? Near Le Chambord hotel, anything fun to do for guys on a bachelor party?

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Hoping for some ideas of what to do in Quebec City

Visitng with my girlfriend in mid March for a few days mid week. No idea what to do really just wanted to go cause we live close to the border in Vermont and had never been.

I'm 24, shes 20. She is gonna wanna go to the bars and stuff cause the drinking age is 21 in the states. Any ideas for where to go for bars?

Also we try to play mini golf everywhere so are there good indoor places for that there?

Appreciate any help

Also: I dont speak French and if she knows any its not much so hopefully places that will be well suited for that haha

Also also: Staying in Old Quebec


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Bonjour

I'm thinking about visiting Montreal so obviously I should check this thread out. I just want to mention in the first paragraph in the OP, the Grand Prix du Montreal should be added. I think I may impulsively decide to go.

Edit - It's later mentioned in the OP. Forget it, but I think I'm going.

For those of you who have visited NY, did you take the train or did you fly? Which would you recommend?

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Bonjour

I'm thinking about visiting Montreal so obviously I should check this thread out. I just want to mention in the first paragraph in the OP, the Grand Prix du Montreal should be added. I think I may impulsively decide to go.

Edit - It's later mentioned in the OP. Forget it, but I think I'm going.

For those of you who have visited NY, did you take the train or did you fly? Which would you recommend?
I've driven and flown. The drive isn't so bad if you have a place to put your car. Flying was silly but I remember the price being pretty cheap for the flight.

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Bonjour

I'm thinking about visiting Montreal so obviously I should check this thread out. I just want to mention in the first paragraph in the OP, the Grand Prix du Montreal should be added. I think I may impulsively decide to go.

Edit - It's later mentioned in the OP. Forget it, but I think I'm going.

For those of you who have visited NY, did you take the train or did you fly? Which would you recommend?
I took the Amtrack train to NYC a couple of years ago. It's a long ride, at least 10 hours. After a while, I just had drinks and looked out the windows and the ride seemed to go a lot faster

I was pretty drunk by the time I got to Penn Station

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I'm probably going to fly. Looking quickly online, round-trip is $138 by train and $190 to fly. I'd happy pay $52 more for like 19 more hours of my time in Montreal.

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I want to thank you guys...had a really fun time in Montreal. The arena had a playoff atmosphere for a Tuesday night game and the in-game ops were fantastic!

As a side note, we went to Cabaret D'or the next night and saw Jonathan Painchaud in concert and he was great. Wish we spoke some French so we could understand his stories but very good music!

Won't be our last trip to Montreal for a game!

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Any good beer brewery tours in downtown Montreal?

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Any good beer brewery tours in downtown Montreal?
Downtown? Not a huge selection, but I normally find at least one or two beers at Brutopia that I enjoy.

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Any good escape games in the downtown area you guys can recommend?

I've looked at this one so far:

http://www.amazemontreal.com/?gclid=...FV25wAodlRwNeA

and

http://www.ezkapaz.com/montreal-escape-game#ezkapaz-en

Thoughts?

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Any decent and reasonably priced places to stay near McGill campus? Going to McGill towards the middle of May, might look into AirBnB if anybody has any recommendations

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Looking for some stuff for my trip next weekend, decided to hit up MTLblog, always seemed like a good resource.

Has it always been a Narcity page? It's ****ing awful now, with ******-worse than BuzzFeed lists.

Any other alternatives?

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Any cool thing to do "date wise" in Montréal on Wednesday's?

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The OP has a lot of information and is very helpful.

But what are the three things I MUST do in Montreal this weekend?

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Any cool thing to do "date wise" in Montréal on Wednesday's?
Go to cabane à sucre.

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