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... cooked in a wood fired oven by the hundred.
- hundreds of people eating poutine, chips covered in gravy and cheese curds.
- a cocktail menu that included garnishes such as onion rings and burgers on the straw.
- a 70+ year old man skateboarding down the street, and no one (but me) even noticed.
- a museum devoted to maple syrup.
- a bus stop shaped like a Nespresso machine.
Tomorrow afternoon we all meet up in a hotel by the airport for a ...
... at one of the vibrant, bustling markets for which Montreal is known. Flowers, fruit and vegetable markets, all manner of crafts and artisans' wares, cheeses, wines, sausages, breads – nearly anything produced on the land can be purchased in these markets. Local restaurants usually flank the markets – with nary a Starbucks or McDonalds outlet to be found.
The canal-side trail has parallel tracks for bike and pedestrians for most of its 8 ...
We woke to a windy morning in Montreal. The day was spent walking down to and around Old Montreal. What an interesting place.The buildings were so...french! As per the last ime I was here, I wish I could speak french. Remember how I commented how hot it was the last time? Lets just say the season has changed and it was cold. It reminded me of...Canberra in the depths of winter! And its only autumn. Luckily, ...
... and 1827, but it took another 45 years to finish the inside. You can see why when you look at the photos.
After Notre Dame, we walked to the subway and went out to Olympic Park. Built for the 1976 Summer Olympic games, the park is open to the public. $10.00 each to ride the funicular to the top. The tower built into the base of the stadium is the tallest inclined tower in the world at ...
... some of the streets wreak. I loved looking in the windows of all the art galleries and the vibrant colours in the multitude of hanging baskets of flowers that were out the front of all the shops on every street.
We then walked to the old town's riverbank, the Old Port (Vieux-Port), whose maritime facilities are surrounded by beautiful gardens, a dedicated cycle path, a promenade, other recreational space and a variety of museums and attractions. Emily and I ...