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... converted into a pedestrian area with parks and activities for everyone to enjoy. We took pictures and walked among others also exploring the area. There wer lots of Japanese and French-speaking tour groups.
We understand that when in Quebec one must eat real poutine. We found a shop called Montreal Poutine with an open interior courtyard between old stone buildings. It was quite charming. The owner wiped off the rain from the chairs and table and we ...
... www.yelp.com/biz/davidstea-new-y ork-7). Spending a lot of time in the store and becoming friends with the tearistas allowed us to learn a little more about the history of this Canadian-born prodigy, which lead to our desire to visit a store in Canada. They are found most prominently in Montreal, and the David's Tea we went to happened to be the second store location ever (http://www.yelp.com/biz/davidstea-mont réal-11). Unfortunately, all of the ...
Woo hoo got out of housework today! I gave James a call and went to go and caught up with him for a quiet beer. We found a little bar and played a game of pool, them another, then another and soon enough that one beer turned into drunk day. After about 4 beers at this one bar we moved to a new pub that James knew for $2.5 beers. After another 4 beers and a plate of chips, we headed to his place for more beers. We headed to ...
... Afterwards Cammi and I went to the Basilica of Notre Dame (church of our lady- Montreal is a big fan of Virgin Mary.) The outside of the basilica is nice, but inside is amazingly beautiful. We then went to Montreal's tallest building for some iceskating, then shared poutine. Later we caught the bus up to the top of Mount Royal to enjoy the city lights from up high, and get sprinkler with some icy snow. The next day I crawled outta bed early for a 10 hour bus ride to New York ...
... you through the Chinese quarter, Latin Quarter, the Old Port and by numerous beautiful churches. The only one we visited was Notre Dame which has a beautiful interior and stunning chapel so well worth a visit. Of the many museums, the only one we visited was the Musee des Beaux Art. This is free to visit the permanent collection but we also went to the present special exhibition of Chihuly's wonderful works in glass We had seen some of his work previously in ...
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