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Thread: Top 10 Things to do in montreal

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    Top 10 Things to do in montreal

    please list. I haven't been to montreal in over a year and this next trip I want to catch up on some tourist things.

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    See at least ten escorts. Are there are other things to do in Montreal?Really?
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    -spa le finlandais (for relax)
    -shisha AL-DAR (decompress)
    -MUMBA night club (option for chill)
    -Go old montreal ( visit city)
    -Olympic stadium (visit city)
    -walk on st-catherine (visit city) dont forget go on cresent street
    -Go eat at 40westt restaurant(very good food expansive but very nice and chic)

    and finish with sp

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    Hike to the top of Mount Royal, which isn't hard since it is really Hill Royal, but it is a pleasant excursion in the fall and accessible by Metro. The surrounding neighborhood is cool and inexpensive.

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    - Montreal has been rated the world's 8th best city for cycling. If you don't bring your own, you can use the public Bixi system. The city's bikepaths are excellent places for girl watching as well. Do pay attention for cars and other bikes when ogling the gorgeous derriere in front of you.
    - Jean Talon and Atwater Markets
    - Parc Lafontaine
    - Montreal Jazz Fest
    - Pop Montreal Festival
    - Roberto's for gelato. (DeLorimier and Belanger)
    - Cafe Rico for coffee (Rachel and Boyer)
    - Coco Rico for Portugese rotisserie (St. Laurent and Napoleon)
    - Montreal World Film Festival
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    Quote Originally Posted by rumpleforeskiin View Post
    - Montreal has been rated the world's 8th best city for cycling. If you don't bring your own, you can use the public Bixi system. The city's bikepaths are excellent places for girl watching as well. Do pay attention for cars and other bikes when ogling the gorgeous derriere in front of you.
    - Jean Talon and Atwater Markets
    - Parc Lafontaine
    - Montreal Jazz Fest
    - Pop Montreal Festival
    - Roberto's for gelato. (DeLorimier and Belanger)
    - Cafe Rico for coffee (Rachel and Boyer)
    - Coco Rico for Portugese rotisserie (St. Laurent and Napoleon)
    - Montreal World Film Festival
    - Elena
    I know this is an old thread, but I thought I would mention that caroulemontreal is a good place to rent a bike. They require the customer to leave a picture ID but that is not that big a deal. Good bikes with helmets and locks at reasonable prices. I was impressed with the bike trails around the island with the "beach" and the canal area. Very separated from cars and plenty of trees, birds, and rodents to check out if you like the outdoors. Not like the Pacific Northwest, but a pleasant bike ride. Montreal does a better job with bike riding trails than most North American cities. I even rode it to the GoodGirls incall location.

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    This is a great place to find out what's happening in MTL
    https://www.facebook.com/MTLBlog?fref=nf

    Best of 2014 - Clubs, restaurants, terasse, places to have public sex, places to smoke a joint, etc, etc,
    http://cultmontreal.com/2014/05/best-of-mtl-2014/

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    1. Bang beautiful escorts.
    2. Visit strip clubs.
    3. Restaurants.
    4. Shopping, I absolutely love shopping in Montreal, take a walk down on Saint Catherine and it's surroundings on any given day and you will see some of the most beautiful girls that you will ever see, not to disrespect the beautiful escorts and strippers that I see but the women shopping on Saint Catherine are simply on another level and I'm sure it is one of the reasons why Montreal get's voted in everybody's top ten lists for most beautiful women in the world, gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous women.

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    Since we are restarting this thread, here's my must-do:

    Go to Stogies Cigar Lounge at the corner of Crescent and De Maisonneuve to enjoy cigars and drinks indoors or out on the balcony. Beautiful waitresses, relaxed atmosphere, open 'til 3am. Not something that we can do in other cities.

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    need to visit in july
    pleasr moar suggestions bros

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    Jet boat rides on the St. Lawrence are a blast ( By the Old Port ).
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    Stuff that is unique to Montreal:

    Smoked Meat at Schwartz's
    Bologna sandwich at Wilensky's
    Challah French Toast at Beauty's
    Fresh Montreal Bagels at St. Viateur or Fairmount
    Montreal Biodome/Botanical Gardens (1 ticket for both)
    Grey Line half day tour of Montreal (I did this a few years ago and really recommend it)
    Lunch on the terrace at Winnie's on Crescent Street (their food is OK but the people watching is great)
    Coffee/Muffins at Cafe Depot
    Jazz Festival (late June - early July)
    Horror Film festival (later in summer)
    Place de Jacques Cartier street entertainers
    Museums of old Montreal (Château Ramezay is my favorite)
    Horse drawn carriage ride in Old Montreal with lady of choice
    Notre Dame Cathedral (largest Catholic Church in North America, designed by American architect)

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    I would add the Beer Festival 11th to 15th June (Next week) 514 beers and 269 new to Montreal.
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