Habitation du Vieux Montreal
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... a bit friendlier, but again, that has just been my experience. Some of the other students on the trip have found everyone remarkably kind. This may also have to with the fact that Tours is a quaint, small, historic town in the heart of wine country. Montreal is a metropolis that has more in common with New York than Europe.
Our first evening, we became acquainted with the dorm and our surrounding neighborhood. I was assigned to a suite ...
... in our car with the heater going drafting this blog. We have had a lovely meal within walking
distance of our BnB, however our host doesn’t get home from work until 9:30pm
and the parking situation is so complex that we do not want to leave the car
and risk yet another ticket! It’s not
long now until we can head into our room, hit the hay and put this frustrating
afternoon behind us.
Or could we?! Our instructions ...
... end of Place Jacques Cartier is the Vieux Port, or Old Port, where you can walk right up to the water and watch the boats go sailing in an out of the port.
Although I would love to stay and explore this city longer, I had to turn in early so that I have time to make it to Toronto tomorrow and have time to explore another Canadian town. Teh first leg is in the books - tomorrow the road trip continues!!
... visit the Basilique Notre-Dame but we more than made up for that with the selection of other things we did, and despite its size the city is very easy to get around. We used the Metro, as it serviced all the places we wanted to visit, and it is efficient, clean and easy to use. I suspect it was the Metro that made Kate warm up to the city in the end (although she is still disappointed we went on every line but the blue line). She does so enjoy trains. Even French ones it turns ...
... groceries and check out the town, then returned to the apartment and crashed out.
The next day we explored more of Montreal and went down to old Montreal in the afternoon to try some ice skating outside in the snow. It was FREEZING!!! But also fun and a great atmosphere. Outdoor lake ice skating is very different to big-banana ice skating. It's all bumpy and lumpy and windy and exciting. Unfortunately we only lasted about half an hour since our ...