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... looked at the map and weather forecast and decided Montreal was the
best option for a clearer day on Friday.
We set the GPS and took off for the border. The trip was quicker and the border crossing
simpler than we expected. Within 3hrs we
were on the outskirts of Montreal.
Here’s where it gets interesting.
We lost our phone and wifi connection due
to change of country, and the communication with our AirBnB host ...
... dinner and get out of the rain. I walked to a restaurant with a large terrace covered by umbrellas, so even though it was raining, I was still able to sit outside. And luckily by the time I finished eating, the storm had cleared up and I could continue my tour of the old town. I walked through some of the main squares, like Place d'Armes, and
Place Jacques-Cartier, where I did a little window shopping. ...
... it one at a time, no massive surge, just orderly. They also line up along the curb, thereby leaving the footpath (sidewalk) free for other pedestrians to walk past. I was so amazed and impressed. Simple courteous behaviours, like these, make living and moving about a big city much easier. Also no one ran into me. I walked on footpaths during busy times and no one bumped into me, this never happens in Australia. In Sydney I've previously thought maybe people cannot see ...
... made an interesting ascent !!!! But wow the views from the top are defiantly worth it, with a full panoramic view of Montreal city it was amazing !!! We then headed off to a famous poutine restaurant in the 'local' district of Montreal it is basically just cheesy chips and gravy but with a posher name, walking down off Mount Royal we encountered a slight ice issue as Ems hair started to freeze and I developed ice on my beard ...
... 100% monitoring. French is the main language and once in the Old Town, the plaques are all in French. I wished that I had studies more in my one year of high school French. The people are fiercely French and if a British statue is put up, a French statue or park will be across from it. When the Queen Elizabeth Fairmont hotel was put up, there was rioting and burning of "puppets" in front of it. The city responded by building ...