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... for a tour of Old Montreal, the original centre of the city. It was gorgeous; how I imagine parts of Europe and even parts of France to be. They still have cobblestone pavements, and the building are beautifully architectured and royally standing all around the area. We even stopped in one of the many cafes for a hot chocolate, which, might I add, was as amazing as the city itself.
After the walk around town, Jess ...
What does one do when they are unemployed, it's summer and they are in Montreal? Google 'free things to do in Montreal'. This offers many lists of free stuff to do and see but I wonder how many people have actually done the lists that they write? So...this summer I'm going to do 50 free things in ...
... it worked!) So...those extremities were sorted...but as I had a pair of shoes and socks not designed for the cold....my tootsies were very uncomfortable....Warm thick socks were required and shoes that would offer some protection. If any of you have been to the snow or skiing you may know what I mean...in some ways this was unexpected but I should have known better. Anyway....enough whinging. We went back down the side of the mountain and walked through parts of the ...
... in the square directly across the road (and next to the famous Hotel de Ville) in the aptly named Place Vauquelin. The statues seem to purposely face each other like a Western Style fight em to the death challenge is always about to ensue. As I said, the famed Hotel De Ville sits across the road from Place Jacques Cartier and is Montreal's Town Hall. This impressive building was built between 1872-1878 and rebuilt again I 1926 following a fire. This building is more than just ...
... on their respective technology for almost the whole journey. One of the things we thought was odd was the fact that they don’t give you an assigned seat in Economy, it is first come first serve. So everyone ends up standing in a large que for up to 45 mins before the train boards. We were very lucky as one of the train attendants saw us in the line and said that people with small children get priority when seating so we were sent to a seated waiting area for ...
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