Residences Universitaires UQAM West
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... We stopped at an Inuit art gallery and gift shop as well and looked at large stuffed animals, small soapstone carvings, lots of furry things, winter things, all things moose and bear, moccasins and small leather pouches. Beautiful, but again very pricey. We finally got to Montreal's Notre Dame Cathedral. It was a revival Gothic church patterned after the one in Paris but pared down in adornment and size. Outside was quite austere with only a few statues. Inside ...
... and ate my cinamon and raisin bagel from yesterday which was great! After a 25 minute walk I arrived at the house where I'm staying for the next week which I found through couch surfing. It's so nice here! A house of 4 French girls, 3 her studying and 1 on a visa, very central, clean, and I have my own bedroom?! So exciting! Spoke with Sarah on skype for half an hour which was nice, then went for a run by the river and around the local area ...
... and bought some fruits there and left. Then I got into the underground city. I just walked and walked and lost several times. I heard the underground city developed in Montreal because of the cold weather of the city. It looked convenient for Montrealers, but it was a maze for tourists. Incidentally, the underground city is the longest of the world and Toronto's one is the largest of the world. Anyway, I travelled back to Toronto by overnight bus after that and flew back to ...
... the street and the gardens and the balconies of Montreal.
We enjoyed exploring the Olympic quarter, the Markets, the Historic Centre and the Island facing Montreal - Ile St Helene.
My cousin Hannah has since moved to Montreal and I have no doubt she is really enjoying herself.
We couchsurfed in Montreal also and had such a lovely time with Catherine, who shared with us experiences of her travels around South East Asia with her daughter.
... this late start to the day, words could not express how grateful we were for an 11 degree day! We hit the pavement in Brisbane appropriate winter attire with coffee on the brain. Yesterday on our walk home we discovered a slightly underground shopping complex and thought we would try our luck for that caffeine hit below. Initially, we were giddy with excitement when we discovered a cafe which actually served proper espresso coffee. This ...