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Accommodation will eat up the largest chunk of your budget – unless you take advantage of Montréal’s pricier gastronomic restaurants or go full-tilt on the nightlife front. Aside from a no-frills youth hostel or student residence room, count on spending around $50–75 for a budget one- or two-star hotel. Many of these places can be fairly grim and it’s worth spending closer to $100 for B&B accommodation (the large breakfasts go some way to making up the difference) or one of the city’s charming small hotels.
But within a few decades, rue Ste-Catherine was lined with townhouses, schools and churches, and by the 1840s had become the city’s main commercial thoroughfare. Houses continued to be built along the side streets, with middle-class neighbourhoods sprouting up and the wealthier nabbing prime estates on the mountain’s slopes for their mansions. In 1865, the first horse-drawn streetcars began running along rue SteCatherine year-round, leading to Downtown’s expansion as the Anglophone population moved further north and west into villa and rowhouse subdivisions 43 downtown m on trÉal | Downtown Montréal 44 Musée des Beaux-Arts clutching at the skirts of the wealthy’s estates, and financial institutions began to make their mark.
Com. com. com. com. net. com. com. com. Most of the city’s bike paths have two lanes side by side, separated from the traffic by a curb or a series of waist-high posts; be careful at intersections, especially when you are travelling counter to the main flow of traffic. In addition to the rue Rachel path, the other well-used path runs north–south from Vieux-Montréal on rue Berri, with a detour through Parc Lafontaine, north of rue Sherbrooke. For car-free cycling, the paths on the islands and the route along the Lachine Canal are both good options, though the latter gets congested with bladers and Sunday cyclists.