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... building. The feeling you get when you step inside these stunning buildings in indescribable. From the stained glass windows to the spiral staircase to the intricate detail in the pillars, I'd go to church once a week just to sit inside this building. So beautiful! After that we tried to find the underground city, which is the shopping centre created so residents of Montreal do not have to go outside in the winter. It is ...
... some mobile home parks. We got the last spot available next to the bocce ball courts and there was a rousing game going on when we arrived. We even have our own set with us and thought it would be fun to join our new French-speaking neighbors, but they seemed to be into a tournament. Instead we worked on getting our life back in order this afternoon. We put our suitcases from the DR trip back on the roof. We have been living on top of all the junk for the ...
Despite the fatigue I found it very difficult to go to sleep last night. When I did I would've missed breakfast if it wasn't for someone else's alarm, and even though I still managed to drop off for another half an hour and had to really force myself to get up. Due to booking issues the hostel asked if I could move rooms. That meant checking out and checking back in later today. No problem. I packed and headed out. The main place to hit today ...
... to do and see in Montreal since my four months away.
Grevin Montreal on the 5th floor of the Eaton Centre in the heart of downtown Montreal, McGill Metro station and in the heart of the Weather proof city was a treat and a surprise.
The only other Grevin in the world is in Paris ,
Grevin in Paris opened 130 years ago for the World's fair, the same year the IEffel Tour was built and is housed ...
Well it is finally time to say goodbye to Tara, Tim and Montreal. Only a few tears shed this morning. They have been fantastic hosts and we have been fortunate to have Tim as our own personal tour guide. Sunday was a very bleak and wet day so we just relaxed around the fire and caught up on mundane things such as washing. Cris and Tara snuck out for ...