JAZZ HOSTELS IN NEW YORK CITY Jazz Hostels opened on 106th Street in New York City in 1998. A unique name for a hostel, people often wonder where inspiration for its name came from. That inspiration arrived in New York City almost 75 years earlier in the form of an up-and-coming pianist, composer and bandleader
Grab a Citi bike steps away from Jazz on Columbus Circle and bike around Manhattan Citi bikes are a great way to travel New York City after a good night sleep at Jazz on Columbus Circle. With locations all across NYC, you can pick up and drop off at a bike rack convenient to all major attractions.
Feeling lucky? Come try your luck at The Casino de Montréal! With more than 3000 slot machines and 120 gaming tables, 4 restaurants and 4 bars, Casino de Montréal is five floors of fun and excitement. Photo of The Casino de Montreal, Canada © Loto-Québec
This summer, take advantage of Montreal’s beautiful waterways by cruising down the St Lawrence River and around the Old Port. With wet and wild speedboat rides, tranquil day tours, night cruises with firework displays and budget boat rides, Montreal has a cruise for everyone. Photo of Speedboat Cruise, Montreal Canada © Ken Curtis
Montreal’s Chinatown is filled with interesting sights, smells and sounds and it’s a great place to explore, especially when traveling on a budget. Photo of Chinatown, Montreal Canada © Mai Le
It’s officially summer – time to hit the beach for summer fun activities! Montreal has some great beaches and pools to hang out at this summer. Whether you’re looking to cool off, soak in the sun, have a picnic, play volleyball or build a sand castle, Montreal has the spot for you!
You don’t have to go to a museum to see great art in Montreal – just about everywhere you go in the city you’ll find beautiful street art. Painted by professional as well as amateur graffiti artists, here are some of Montreal’s amazing street murals. Check out some samples below: Photo of Street Mural, Montreal