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Travel Blogs from Montreal
... underground station and a shopping centre. But the size of these tunnels was staggering, and stretch far and wide underneath the city.
In the evening, we went to the supermarket. We were oddly cultured; and went to buy plenty of cheese, fresh bread and even a bottle of ice cider to accompany it. George, Andrea (our new Californian friend) and I sat on the rooftop balcony and ate, drank and chat. We've even agreed to meet up again in San Francisco, and Andrea has ...
... d'Armes where we sat on a bench ate our lunch to their lovely music. With a little time to spare we walked up Rue Notre-Dame to the Three Court Houses. The first courthouse was built in 1856 a neo-classic style typical of the first half of the 19th century, the second 1925 version is a return to classic simplicity with an imposing colonnade and the modern one now handles all the cases. The first courthouse till 1970 handled civil issues. Time was marching ...
... old town which had many similarities to old Quebec City with its cobblestone streets, European architecture and quaint gift shops. Notre Dame Basilica in old Montreal was definitely a highlight. The architecture and artistic detail within was breathtaking and truly majestic.
We found the underground pedestrian network of shops, restaurants and hotels, a fascinating insight to the way this North American city has made getting around in the snowy winter more pleasurable. ...
... river the other way. We
all out head later for dinner at the nearby Le Continental restaurant (rated 2
of 678 by Trip Advisor). We were lucky to get a booking at this late stage, but
they found a private room for the five of us.
Food is French, and we have our own chef who prepares a traditional
Caesar salad while we watch. Steaks are
the specialty here, and we both have an excellent Filet Mignon, once again
cooked in front of us ...
Keep your hands warm best things are thick mittens. Your body heat from your hands and fingers will keep your hands warm. When you want to do something with your hands. Wear wool gloves then put your hand back in your mitts.
Keep your ears and head warm with a hood, hat and you can spend the whole day outside happy as a bug in a rug.
There are different kinds of coat but the warmest for really cold days will be ...