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... 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!!
craftsmanship was coveted.
Well truthfully, it was used as a backdrop
in a heist movie I watched back in the early naughties. Yep, that’s right we
drove over a thousand km’s return in 36 hours to experience a city that had
been in a movie that I had seen over a decade ago! Well why not eh? I am on holiday
So with a chic urban hotel room booked for
the night on the edge of old town, ...
Yesterday the boys both had a triple Baconator for lunch at Wendy's. With fries and a bucket of coke. Apparently it was another must for them.
We enjoyed drinks with our neighbours last night, and had a wonderful time at Bill's Place, the jazz club. As per request, we took our own hooch ( a huge bottle of Australian riesling) and some nibbles. The capacity of the place is about 30, and it was full and swinging.
... island to the church in the present day. After I left the church and was taking a photo of the front a local lady told me about the bank if Montreal building behind me, said that you can go in and they have a museum inside. So I went in. The museum is just a one room thing, but documents the history of the bank and some of the life of Canadian currency. After my time here I walked around the old city and did some tourist shopping, before heading back to the hotel to have some ...
We loved Montreal. Upon arriving we met up with Gary, an old friend who played rugby with Brett in Sydney, who kindly let us park our car at his house. After a couple of beers by the canal near his house with his brother, Kevin, we set off with a couple of other friends (Noeme and Candice) for Piknik Electronik on St Jean Island. This is a small festival with DJs that is on every weekend in Summer for only $14 entry. It was so ...