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We set off for the Science museum this morning. I had spent the previous night researching the museum (aka looking for cheeper tickets) and the reviews were pretty consistent: it was overpriced and not a lot to do. Oh well Samuel was excited and I didn't think it was too expensive for a couple of hours. When we entered the room aimed at 4-7 year old children I was shocked. On first appearances it was the size of the minimoves room, ...
... in town but this place was definitely up there with the best!) and even end up at a concert to celebrate the opening of the festival du monde arabe. The band, Al Jawala, are awesome and soon the whole place is jumping and bopping to the raucos balkan beats.
I also have the pleasure to meet a whole host of awesome people - Jihane who invited us along for the concert...and then a party..and then invited me to stay over when I had to ...
... stumbled across anything of interest. We crossed the road and began to walk along the old port promenade. We passed the first quay, Quai Alexandra which is the eastern most pier along the canal. On the south side of this pier there is an abandoned 17 storey tall concrete silo which is a reminder Montreal's former glory as a major grain port. As we headed north we passed another quay/pier called Quay Jacques Cartier which is considered the focal point of the old port. There were ...
... into the city for dinner. Gibby's in Old Town was recommended by the folks in the KOA office, and it did not disappoint. We had a wonderful meal. And plenty rain on the way back.
Monday we were picked up at the KOA by Gray Lines. They offer a "hop on / hop off", narrated bus tour of the city. Wrist bands are $45 and are good for two days. Most of the photos today were taken on the ...
... people are out enjoying the city. Right now the port is home to a large outdoor ice rink. There is also a fire & ice fireworks show on Saturdays in December, that I may check out! I imagine the port to be even more exciting in the Spring. Walking around on the snow covered cobblestone pathways I went up to Place Jacques-Cartier. It created in the early 19th century as ...
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