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What To Do, See And Eat In Montreal During Your Next Visit

"Montreal, je t'aime."

If you're looking for the ultimate escape, Montreal is where you need to go.

There's river surfing, picnic adventures, a floating spa and a peanut butter and jelly sandwich that will seriously blow your mind.

In this episode of "Like A Tourist," host Dan Rodo tries to convince a local there's truly no place like home and shows him these hidden gems. Watch the full episode below.

What To Do: Surf's Up In The St. Lawrence River

7770 Boulevard LaSalle, LaSalle, Que., H8P 1X6

Try catching waves on the St. Lawrence River during your Montreal getaway. A session on these raging waters is good practice for an ocean adventure. Kayak Sans Frontières (KSF) in Montreal offers river surfing lessons so you can master your technique in a safe environment.

Where To Go: Spa Day At Bota Bota

Quais du Vieux-Port de Montréal, Rue de la Commune O, Montréal, H2Y 2E2

After all that exercise, you're going to want to unwind in a hot jacuzzi. Do just that on board the Bota Bota, a floating spa housed in a transformed ferry boat. Life never looked so good.

What To Eat: PB&J At Le Fantôme

1832 Rue William, Montréal, H3J 1R5

End the day digging into a foie gras peanut butter and jelly sandwich at Le Fantôme. It's a relatively new restaurant that has critics praising its innovative menu.

Like A Tourist Takes On Montreal

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