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    Question about the geography of Montreal.

    What is the area along Hwy. 40 between Hwy. 520 and 15 called? Also, what is the area along the 20 west of Montreal called. I saw a lot of hotels there and thought it would be cheaper to book there next time. I know there is Pointe Claire, what about west of that? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hankypanky View Post
    What is the area along Hwy. 40 between Hwy. 520 and 15 called? Also, what is the area along the 20 west of Montreal called. I saw a lot of hotels there and thought it would be cheaper to book there next time. I know there is Pointe Claire, what about west of that? Thanks.
    Here's a fun map.
    http://www.navurb.com/nu_inter/index_ie8.html

    Look for the ones in gray on the west part like Dorval, Pointe-claire, Kirkland, Beaconsfield ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hankypanky View Post
    What is the area along Hwy. 40 between Hwy. 520 and 15 called? Also, what is the area along the 20 west of Montreal called. I saw a lot of hotels there and thought it would be cheaper to book there next time. I know there is Pointe Claire, what about west of that? Thanks.
    Hotels on the 40 between the 520 & the 15? Ville St Laurent & Ville Mont Royal. No hotels there.
    THere are many hotels on the 520 between the 20 & the 40. This is Dorval & Ville St Laurent.
    Also many at the 40 and St Jean (St John), this is Pointe Claire.
    The 20 in Dorval there are a few hotels near the 520 junction. This is Dorval.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hankypanky View Post
    What is the area along Hwy. 40 between Hwy. 520 and 15 called? Also, what is the area along the 20 west of Montreal called. I saw a lot of hotels there and thought it would be cheaper to book there next time. I know there is Pointe Claire, what about west of that? Thanks.
    Seriously, just type in Google : Hotels in Dorval and then... just browse on the map towards the west island (and or anywhere else up north) and you'll see hotels.

    Here's the link I got if you want :
    http://maps.google.ca/maps?hl=en&um=...ed=0CCsQtgMwAA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Mercury View Post
    Hotels on the 40 between the 520 & the 15? Ville St Laurent & Ville Mont Royal. No hotels there.
    There is the NOVOTEL which is fairly new and very nice. Includes indoor salt water swimming pool, hot tub and gym. Have stayed there before and have had guests over with no problems.
    Stay thirsty my friends

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    Quote Originally Posted by hankypanky View Post
    I saw a lot of hotels there and thought it would be cheaper to book there next time.
    It might be cheaper to book there but (a) agencies are going to charge you extra to drive out there and (b) what are you going to do after your date leaves?
    The mounties always get their man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rumpleforeskiin View Post
    ... what are you going to do after your date leaves?
    Call a 2nd one ?

    Seriously rumple is right, there's not much to do.
    There's chez Francis or la Source du Sexe but.... frankly on that issue West island Sucks big time.

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    downtowns the shit, and if you use priceline, how much cheaper is it really gonna be out there?, i probably wouldnt stay outside of downtown even if it was free

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    Hotels....

    Trust me, just do yourself a favor and take a ride down the 20 to ste jaques. Take room 112 at The Chablis, you will get the most bang for your buck!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy G View Post
    Trust me, just do yourself a favor and take a ride down the 20 to ste jaques. Take room 112 at The Chablis, you will get the most bang for your buck!!
    Absolutely !

    You meet them in ur room, in the hallway, outside in the parking (got a few appointement), and when you want to relax, you just go take a cold one at the Amazones.

    You want more ? just take a cab downtown and when you come back after all this action, you will need to relax again with another cold one at the Amazones and you will be hungry so...you can eat like a pig upstairs and even try a big poutine at midnight after that is... you called another one in your room at the Chablis.

    Hey !!! isn't this a 'shilling' experience ?

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