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Travel Blogs from Montreal
... I go in a lady approaches me offering me to try on a dress she says is made for me. Im skeptical but too curious to refuse. The gown is simple, long black with a dipped hem and thin leather belt style straps. When I put it on it fits like a dream, hugging the right places but skimming off others. She must have seen me coming as Im immediately sold. The next outfit she dresses me up in is a pair of figure hugging nubuck shorts, black loose shirt and thick scarf. She ...
... edifice, beautifully decorated and worth a visit. At the rear of the main church is a smaller (though still large) chapel which is more modern and very beautiful. It was rebuilt in the last 30 or so years after the original was mostly destroyed in an arson attack. From Vieux Montréal we made our way to downtown Montreal and a large shopping strip on Rue Ste-Catherine. Montréal is a vibrant modern city although after a few ...
... The canoes look a lot like an
Australian surf boat, but lightly constructed.
By now we’re all
freezing, so into the Old Port market to warm up, and have a look at all the
local produce. Sample some, then back to
One of the
highlights of the Winter Carnival is the Night Parade, and we have a lot of
trouble finding out the actual route.
Eventually do, which is a great disappointment, as it’s ...
... off to the train station, so we could see the form in prep for our rather exciting train departure to Quebec Wed. One can be driven right INTO the station beneath ground. Such an efficient system. We met the hugely helpful and charming Marc whom we need to look out for tomorrow.
We then purchased Metro tickets ...
... back at the hostel we all decided to use the opportunity to do some laundry. There was quite a bit of waiting around to do in between the loads. We bumped into Casey and it was suggested to have a 'quick beer' in the hostel bar whilst we were waiting. The beer was really cheap compared to Canada in general and was quite tasty, so needless to say that this one pint quickly degenerated into many more (I can't give a figure as I lost count!). The drunken antics were ...