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You wonder where to stay in montreal....stop looking i know where to go

You wonder where to stay in montreal....stop looking i know where to go

Apr 17th, 2009, 10:48 AM
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You wonder where to stay in montreal....stop looking i know where to go

I'm from New york and last year i went on a trip to montreal and was very suprised to find a nice and affordable place to stay right down town where everyting happens.

You need a place.....Résidences de l'uqam ouest his the place to go.....great service and wow the rates!!!! I had a private studio for 75,63$ canadien txs included a night double occupation. Just simply great. Noting bad to say about the service, actualy i needed to asked a lot of questions and had answers right away (was asking about what's good to see and visite and the events) omg....you would not beleive jazz festivals, just for laugh festival, museums, movies, and the most amazing the firework at there theme parc called La Ronde (that is to see also), anyways

Résidence de L'uqam ouest is the place to stay....any question......write me...

xxx good luck
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Apr 17th, 2009, 11:05 AM
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This kind of sounds like an ad. The reason I'm saying this is that I don't know any Americans who would quote a price as 75,63$ canadien. Maybe it's someone who lives in NY now but whose first language is not English? Or maybe it's someone lives in Montreal ....
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Apr 17th, 2009, 11:09 AM
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It's terrible to be a cynic.

And yet I see a message with the prices written, by a supposed New Yorker, in a style used only in Quebec.

And then I think this is a fake post, perhaps.

Or maybe not. Maybe she's a New Yorker with a French-Canadianb heritage.

What is not mentioned is that these are Univerty residences, and during the school year are occupied by students.

That said, $75 is not bad in the summer in Montreal, the places really exist, and the location, in eastern downtown isn't bad at all.

All in all, a useful post.
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Apr 17th, 2009, 11:09 AM
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i'm actualy french thats maybe why!! i dont know,i'm from gaspésie, quebec was born there. I moved to new york befor having the chance to visite montreal witch is in my contry, so having traveled there for the first time last year and know how expensive traveling can be, i decided to share all information i have, thats all. It is a great place to stay thats why!

tks for you comment
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Apr 17th, 2009, 11:12 AM
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thank you BAK, i do have a french canadian heritage i'm from gapésie has i mentioned already.

tks to BAK for his comment
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Apr 17th, 2009, 11:19 AM
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the university residences are open from mai to august i think, i was there in june, you just need to get all information calling them i guess.
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Apr 17th, 2009, 12:08 PM
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Ok, Emilie, that makes sense!
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