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My first visit to Montreal(Canada in general), going solo!

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Hi everyone! I'm planning a trip to Montreal and I'd love to hear some suggestions. I'm especially interested in any suggestions for single travelers. I've read a few forums on this site already and I've been browsing the web but I thought I'd post a fresh forum and see if anyone has more info. This will be the first time I've ever been to Canada, or been out of the US, so I'm pretty excited. I'm a girl in my early 20s from Vermont. I took French for 3 yrs in Highschool so I have a limited understanding of the language. I'll be taking a bus from Burlington to Montreal, so I won't have my own transportation- but I'm willing to walk as much as possible- its the best way to get a feel for the city anyways! I have no idea what time of year I want to visit, (probably not during the winter season since I'll probably be walking around a lot) I do know that I want to plan ahead as much as possible so I get the most out of my trip. I'm thinking of renting a hotel for 1-2 nights... I definitely am planning on checking out Old Quebec, and really interested visiting in the Botanical Gardens. I was also considering renting a bicycle but I don't know much about that process... I'm not huge into the club/partying scene but I think it would be pretty fun to check a club out- but I'll be alone so I'm not sure what to expect and I don't want to feel awkward. It would be cool to meet some people since I'll be alone. Any tips or places that I should avoid? What other places should I check out?
Thanks so much for reading all this rambling!

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