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... us to a true Jewish deli experience complete with a long line in the rain for their famous smoked meat sandwich. The rain washed out most of our plans of exploring and we opted for a local pub with a World Cup game on. We bid goodbye to our friends and relaxed the rest of the evening each taking advantage of the jacuzzi tub onboard while it lay unused.
The crew enjoyed a night out together at Cirque de Soleil, Montreal being it's birthplace, the newest ...
... made an interesting ascent !!!! But wow the views from the top are defiantly worth it, with a full panoramic view of Montreal city it was amazing !!! We then headed off to a famous poutine restaurant in the 'local' district of Montreal it is basically just cheesy chips and gravy but with a posher name, walking down off Mount Royal we encountered a slight ice issue as Ems hair started to freeze and I developed ice on my beard ...
... when we visited NYC so we should recognise it! The Montreal version is tiny in comparison.
We then visited the Bank of Montreal which looks very much like the Pantheon in Rome. There is a reason behind this, according to our guide Ismael. The rationale was that back in the 1800’s people didn’t trust banks and kept their money under their mattress. To portray an image of success the buildings were built to look old, semi-religious and ...
... pas extraordinaire. Mais elles font toutes parties de l'aventure!
After all these years, fresh changes in my life are carrying me away from Canada. I hope that it won't be permanent, but for now I don't know what will happen so I decided to go on a last tour and try to see as many friends as possible.
So before leaving for that break in Vancouver I stopped by in Montréal and ...
... this was work in which I could find meaning, focus,
and beauty. Thank you Mike Mandel for your intro to photography class, for I
exhibit, however, was... uhh... : ?????. It was a labyrinth of walls and
“windows” cut out to reveal things like old, tattered books, paintings of an
eclipse, a neon sign reading “visibility is a trap!” and a maze (literally, a