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We had a bit of a sleep in after our big day yesterday, before we caught the train to downtown. We grabbed some breakfast amd then Dad and i walked through Montreal, checking out the buildings and the sights. Of course, Courts and jenny went shopping.
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... the port and ending up in old Montreal. There are still many buildings with the original French architecture. Most of them are in the older parts of Montreal, it makes these areas quite distinctive from other parts of the city it also helps that all the street signs in Old Montreal are a red colour while the New Montreal signs are white. There is also an exact replica of St Peters Basilica, only it is 1/3 of the size. During the walk ...
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Again it was a beautiful day in Montreal. Today I ventured around other parts if this fine city. Starting my day with a trip to the museum if fine arts. Musee des beaux-arts de Montreal as it's known around here. They have some free exhibits as well as some temporary ones which require a admission fee. The temporary exhibit is a Chihuly one so I figured I would save some money since I'd seen the one in Seattle already. The first exhibit I ...
Oh, no! We get to the Montmorency metro station, and we cannot park there. Parking is all over the streets. There is just no where. Luckily, I had a map of the metro stations and a GPS, so I suggested going to the next station. Well, that station had a really small parking lot, and it was full. So I suggested let's go to the next one. I think we are going to give up soon. The next one is Jacques Cartier. The ...