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MONTREAL - It’s hard to not become stressed in our busy day-to-day lives with work, families, relationships, bills, and whatever else that could cause us to feel the pressures of life- it’s honestly surprising we all haven’t gone zonkers by now.
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I was watching Terminator 2 and surfing the web the other night when I came across an article titled something along the lines of Ex-Googlers launch Mobile Travel Guide To Kill Lonely Planet etc.. I went to bed that evening thinking about the online travel industry and the terView More
MONTREAL - Well here it is, after many delays we finally released version 1.0 of the Tripulu travel guide IPhone app. Simply click here to download our app from Apples ITunes store:
Free Tripulu IPhone app [http://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/tripulu/id451776616?mt=8]
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MONTREAL - Have you ever wanted to travel to Ireland but decided financially Montreal would be a better option for the pocket book? Then I have the solution for you- [Ye Olde Orchard Pub & Grill].
From the minute you step into Ye Olde Orchard Pub you’ll feel like you haveView More
MONTREAL - A few months ago Paul, Nick and I initiated “discovery Wednesdays”. Every week we usually get together and make it a point to try a new restaurant, bar, anything we haven’t done before. Yesterday morning I received a call from Steph who asked if I was down with tView More
MONTREAL- There is nothing quite like mouth-watering smoked meat on two slices of rye bread, lathered in yellow mustard, sided with a large dill pickle, and paired with a Cotts Black Cherry Cola. This is a signature meal at [Schwartz’s Hebrew Delicatessen], a landmark eateryView More
MONTREAL - Generally speaking, my initial response to an empty restaurant in a prime location is one of skepticism. With only a few customers scattered around Cafe Republique’s spacious seating area, I wondered how good the food must be. But then again, I walked in there at 8:3View More
Montreal - From older men hunched over chess boards, to art aficionados admiring the cafe’s latest display, to students on their laptops munching on paninis-- At Cafe Pi there is always an eclectic mix of people and activities going on.
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MONTREAL- Imagine you’re surrounded by snow banks, icicles, bundled by layers of warm clothing and you’ve got a serious case of winter blues, when all of the sudden you stumble upon a bright, happy, island inspired sign that says “Cocktail Hawaii.” I’ll give you one sugView More
MONTREAL - If you’re self employed (like myself) then you’re always looking for the perfect cafe to cozy in and make yourself comfortable in the hopes of a productive work session. Some crucial factors us laptop carrying, coffee guzzling types might consider are; are there enView More