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  • Delta Hotels Montreal by Marriott on sale for $119

    Delta Hotels Montreal by Marriott

    Delta Hotels Montreal by Marriott – front view

    Canada is beautiful in all seasons, but its cities have a special charm in winter when they are covered in snow. And now you can book the Delta Hotels Montreal from $119 a night and get it for the best price we have found on the market. Did you start making plans for a Montreal trip yet? 

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  • 4 star Montreal Airport Marriott In Terminal Hotel for $112

    Montreal Airport Marriott In Terminal Hotel

    Montreal Airport Marriott In Terminal Hotel

    Book yourself a stay really, we mean really, close to the airport of Montreal for your stay in the city, from there you can rent a car and arrange business or visit sights easily. You can book a room at Montreal Airport Marriott In-Terminal Hotel for $112 and save up to $80 a night compared to other providers we checked for this hotel. 

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  • 3 star Residence Inn Montreal Downtown from $107

    Residence Inn Montreal Downtown - exterior view

    Residence Inn Montreal Downtown – exterior view

    Our deal hunters have found the perfect accommodations for you if you are looking for spacious suites in downtown Montreal for an affordable rate. Book Residence Inn Montreal Downtown now from just $107 per night and you will pay at least $20 less than on any other travel site that we have checked for the same 3 star hotel. 

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  • 4 star Novotel Montreal Centre in downtown for $160

    Novotel Montreal Center hotel - exterior view

    Novotel Montreal Center hotel – exterior view

    Do you have business in Montreal during the following months or you would just like to see the city at the time of foliage and stay in a modern hotel? Choose to stay at Novotel Montreal Center now and pay from $160 per night, saving at least $25 nightly in comparison to the prices of other sites we have checked for the same hotel deal.

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  • The Livable Canada

    The Canadian Rocky Mountains shines above, a typical Canadian view ©Lea/flickr

    The Canadian Rocky Mountains shines above, a typical Canadian view ©Lea/flickr

    Canada is a big country that lies on the northern part of of North America. It shares border only with the United States and it is the worlds longest (1,538 miles). Canada is one of the wealthiest country in the world and gained many times international awards for quality of life.

    The official and national languages are English and French. around 60% of citizens speak English and 30% French, while the rest 10% speak different kind of languages(Italian, Chinese, German and others). Regional languages like Chypewyan, Inuktitut, Cree, Inuinnaqtun and T???ch? are also recognized by the state.

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  • A short guide to the provinces of Canada

    Quebec

    Quebec

    Canada can pride itself with tons of visitors from outside as well as inside the country. As the second largest country in the world, its geographical diversity is absolutely amazing, no wonder so many people want to see it.

    The three largest cities, Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal are the main urban destinations, but they are not the only popular ones. Want to know what to visit when in Canada? Watch this cute video and read our short guide to the provinces of Canada to get a taste.

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  • Top 5 New Year’s Eve parties to watch out for in 2011

    Montreal

    Montreal

    There are less than three months left until New Year’s Eve, but many would-be travelers have already started planning for their end of year getaway. There will be no shortage of cool parties to attend in 2011, but if you don’t want to spend the New Years at home and you feel like traveling somewhere to drink your champagne and count down, it’s never too soon to start thinking about where you want to go.

    Choosing a destination as early as now is not a bad idea, considering that you might find some dirt cheap deals that will make the New Year’s party so much easier on your wallet. So here are the top 5 New Year’s Even parties to watch out for in 2011.

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  • Solo travel destinations for summer 2011

    Montreal

    Montreal

    Now that it’s summer, it’s time to go traveling, but not necessarily with a big group of boisterous friends (not that there’s anything wrong with that). Traveling solo is one of those experience that everyone should try at least once in their life – it opens up your mind, allows you to test your limits, as well as meet a bunch of interesting new people who might teach you a thing or two about travel, and life in general.

    So if you are preparing to go on a solo journey this summer, but you are not sure what destination to pick, here are some suggestions for some amazing solo travel destinations for summer 2011.

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  • Short Guide to Quebec’s summer festivals

    Quebec city center during night

    Quebec city center during night

    Canada has more travel destinations than you can contemplate at once, and the best thing about them is that they are all so different. Depending on which part f Canada you’re visiting, you will feel like you are in another country. This goes especially for Quebec, the only Canadian province with French as it’s only official language.

    Talk about old world charm! So brush up on your French, or arm yourself with a good phrasebook, and take a tour of Quebec. And before you go, check out this list of Quebec’s biggest and greatest summer festivals. This province has lots of exciting festivals, and they happen anywhere and anytime. So have your fill of historic and cultural attractions, and then find your groove at an amazing festival.

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