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Arrive in Montreal airport I sweltering heat, taxi to hotel, really nice driver. Apartment on 23 floor overlooking city in university area, streets a bit like Melbourne (dirty), transport system good if a bit complicated, spent the day recovering from the journey. Plan to see, Uni, old port, old city,Notre Damn & underground city, this place has 6 months of winter!
After a wonderful week in New York City with our friend Sam, we boarded a train to Montreal.
We travel up the Hudson River toward Canada .It is easy to see how the early settlers used this large and long river estuary to move further into the Interior.Initially they used canoes and flatboats and later developed larger vessels. The river …
... 15-20) anyway on we walked. Samuel decided he wanted to turn around and go back, but I was pretty sure that would be further. We walked past the Casino de Montreal and I asked another information lady where this thing was. She said it was 20minutes further and asked why we didn't take the free shuttle(So that's where all the people from the train went!!!) On we went, past the pit stop area, around a bend, and there was the entrance. Moments before ...
... a tout outside the stadium...I'm pretty sure I have "sucker" written on my forehead for all scammers to see so wasn't about to risk it with someone else's money at stake as well...someone else I hadn't even met yet! I met up with Sara no problems and we picked up our tickets and went to grab a drink before the game. The place was exclusive for game goers and was heaving! We struck lucky and ended up with 2 almost pro hockey players as our ...
... up this famous square, including the city's oldest bank and first skyscraper. The square got its name from the bloody battles that took place on this site between the first nationals and the religious settlers over who would govern the land of wht we now call Montreal. In the centre of the recently renovated square stood a large sculpture of the city's founder, Paul Chomedy de Maisonneuve. As per most statues of this nature it was very inspiring and imposing in size. On ...