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Posts tagged ‘Montreal’

Traveling by public transit in Montréal and Québec City with a small dog

At the top of my list of two-week vacation ideas is a road trip down the Hudson River, starting much farther north, in Québec City and Montréal, then dawdling from Saratoga Springs to New York City. The foreseeable future doesn’t include two free weeks, however, so I’m channeling my energies into planning and researching. I’m delighted to report that travelers with small pets have a wealth of public transit options in both Montréal and Québec City — how nice to be able  … Read more

Photo Friday: Sparky the Dog

This week’s photo follows on the heels of my friend Edie Jarolim’s post about fire hydrants in her past (with a bonus hydrant photo from our mutual friends Amy & Rod Burkert). It was taken in 2005, “outside the fire station in Montreal West,” and it charms my socks off.

Photo by Robbie1

I’d love — but LOVE — to see your dog travel photos! I used to ask you to attach your photos to my weekly Photo Friday post,  … Read more

Chloe’s Clicks: Dog travel links we liked this week

I’ll start with the most time-critical link: Inspired by the legendary Burning Man event, held every year in Nevada, a Santa Cruz resident known for planning dog events is holding the first-ever Burning Dog Festival near Big Sur, CA. The event will include dog-friendly hikes and agility classes, sightseeing trips, numerous outdoor eating opportunities (including a luau!), and live music. It will take place June 11-14 at a campground just south of Big Sur, and space is limited.

While you’re thinking  … Read more

Chloe’s Clicks: Dog travel links we liked this week

Bringing a dog to Hawaii is not easy, but if you’re up for negotiating the quarantine rules (or, of course, if you’re a local dog-owner), take a look at this Star Bulletin article about dog-friendly Oahu.

Our friends at Petswelcome.com are also seeking out warm places, and this week posted two articles that caught my eye. The first is about dog-friendly places and activities in Charleston, SC — a city I’ve long wanted to visit — and the second is a  … Read more

Dog-friendly luxury: Loews hotels

Loews Hotels & Resorts has fifteen properties sprinkled around the U.S. and two in Canada (Montreal and Quebec City). You’ll spend some money (in the $200-500 range per night), but you’ll be happy — the properties get consistently good ratings on TripAdvisor. And your dog will be happy too, because all of the Loews properties are dog-friendly:

All pets receive their own gifts including a pet tag, bowl and a special treat to start their vacation. Owners receive a  … Read more