Most visitors to Montreal will come prepared to be immersed in the city’s rich French-Canadian culture. But out-of-towners
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From where to sleep, the best place to eat, the hippest place to shop and the most stimulating place to work your brain -- Montreal has it all. Here's a guide to the city with our favourite hot spots, and the places we know you won't regret visiting. On y va!
Ten years ago last Sunday, I sat by a window at a breakfast restaurant on de Maisonneuve, ordered a plate of pancakes, got out my journal, and wrote: "What have I just done?" I had just moved to Montreal with $1,000 in my pocket and no job. Ten years later I'm happier than I've ever been -- due in large part to this wonderful city.