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... books. That said, it was a fun atmosphere with the strolling crowds, the restaurants and cafes. There were a couple of squares where music would be played later in the afternoon.
Montreal has some very good separated bicycle lanes similar to Vancouver which made the riding a pleasure even in the most dense commercial zones. Our first goal was Place des Arts where we admired the buildings and watch kids playing in the magnificent water ...
... resorts, the country is a pretty amazing place. Ancient ruins and modern cities, scenery and history, music and culture and and food. Far too much to see in just two weeks, of course, but that's kind of a common theme for my holidays.
I did have to take a few things into account, though: For one thing, I'm going to be travelling over Christmas in a country that takes Christmas very, very seriously. For another, despite a college class, hours of ...
... and I piled into Montréal train station nice and early and waited excitedly for the train to Quebec City (well, I was excited. I'm not sure my belongings were that fussed). I don't have a picture of the exterior of Montréal train station because it appears to be hidden under an office block. The station itself sits above the train platforms, with both stairs and escalators down to the trains. You simply wait by the appropriate gate until ...
... to the ceremony, looming mystical and fog-shrouded in the distance, like a chain of half-remembered dreams.
Bandipur was the second stop on a two-week Nepalese jaunt I had tagged onto the end of a hectic work contract in Kathmandu. I had accessed the remote hilltop settlement by way of a precarious bus ride up a steep switchback road that served as the only way in and the only way out. From the moment I arrived the village imbued me with ...
... of stalls etc. Next to this is a 300 year old chapel which has the tomb of Saint Marguerite Bourgeoys and the tower has a spectacular view of old Montreal.
By this time we had looked at so many old buildings they were blending into each other and we decided it was time to find the Metro Station 'Place d'Armes (Orange Line) and go back to out basement condo. No problems with changing to the Green Line to our stop Viau. The train is very quick.