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Don't know if this interests you, but in the past McGill University rented out rooms (dorm rooms) for around $50 a night. From what I understand, there is a metro station very close by. 2 years ago I had a reservation there but because of a death in the family I had to cancel. I know the next time I plan on going to the Canadian GP, I will look into staying there.
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Posted 16 March 2005 - 22:34
What is the exchange rate for the the US dollar? For example, some tickets cost $360 CN. Is that somewhat lower in US $s?
Where are best places to see cars and/ or drivers on the track?
Where can one stay outside of Montreal?
What some toursit things for my wife who is not a race fan but is willing to go to if there is enough things to go outside the track?
Posted 25 March 2005 - 09:17
Posted 26 March 2005 - 02:19
With a Grandstand 1,2,3 ticket you have access to the whole track, but you are not going to see much at the G.A. area. Security checks tickets now more than in the past so if you do NOT have a GS 1,2,3 ticket, you probably will not get into that area.
$1 US= $1.22 CDN
You can see the drivers and cars plenty from GS 1,2,3 as you can see the pits, starting grid, driver parade and podium (GS 1).
Downtown hotels are convenient but expensive. Lots of hotels outside in the suburbs but then you have to drive to the action.
There is lots to do in downtown Montreal with race weekend activities. Plenty of shops in Old Montreal.
Posted 28 March 2005 - 18:28
this is some great information. the things to do in Montreal really excites my wife. The Grand stand info is somthing I didnt know.