Auberge Chez Jean
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... 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. ...
... br> Montreal is much more about being there and enjoying the city than about sightseeing as there are not so many of them. It was really the nicest and coldest Canadian city we have visited.
Funny fact: in the Québec province cars don't have license plates in the front, only in the back. At first I thought there were a lot of stolen cars in Canada... ;)
Also be sure to visit the Jean-Talon market with lost of cheap fruit and vegetables!
... br> the museum, we were all, once again, quite hungry. But the restaurant we
googled, upon further review in person, appeared too divey to accommodate us,
at least for dinner. So we traipsed the streets, finding venue after venue that
offered far too expensive meals after our earlier extravaganza. With
frustration reaching an all-time high for the trip, we finally dove into a
high-class pizza place, where I had escargots for ...
... band did a 'TUNE' we would get up and dance. I got slightly carried away and busted out my breakdancing shapes! When we were done we walked up one of the piers which had lots of stalls, then went to Old Montreal to find the underground malls which were built to allow the locals to move about the city in the winter. It was while we were looking for these malls we played our new favourite game "Gay or Canadian". Casey had warned us that Montreal had a bit of a crime ...
... House sold (check), Car sold (check), Items for sale gone (check..only one piece left)...
Left to do: sort what's still to take to the garbage in my storage area, and divide my plane shipment stuff (5%) versus my sea shipment stuff (95%), and all that damn paperwork (filing sucks)!!