Hotel Espresso Montreal Centre-Ville/Downtown
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... week. Sunday it was closed due to electrical interruption. C'est dommage.
Enough for now. Sun is out and time for exercise and more food (Italian, this time). The walking is easy and fun in such a great neighbourhood as the Plateau. No, we have not plateaued but are still rising...
... installation on an often very discussion-worthy theme. This year's theme, however, is a bit of a let-down:
"Security in our Society: What remains of our personal freedoms?"
Of course, this is a very pertinent theme in today's society, ever-present in the news, on social media and in our thoughts. Unfortunately, it led to some extremely unoriginal art this time around. If I had to count the number ...
... Saratoga Meet last a total of 40 racing days with races held six days a week. The Final Stretch Weekend is Labour Day Weekend and today is Closing Day. I have the shoes but not the dress or time. Bit of a shame, a day at the races would have been nice. Lucky Lyndon isn't travelling with us!!
Another town we went through called Whitehall also so has some historical significance. It is considered the birthplace of the US Navy. It was originally settled by a British officer, ...
... around for a while trying to find a pathed route but Montreal (and Norther America so far in my experience) does not cater for disabilities. So we turned around and went back down the hill. (I later found out that Canadians do not appreciate it being referred to as a hill, it is a Mountain!) Samuel wanted to go shopping as I had promised him the day before that I would buy some caramel popcorn. So he was a man on a mission. We found an entrance to the underground ...
... to our jackets served as our pass to enter and take part in all the carnival events. Enjoying picture perfect winter weather, we tried carnaval events such as ice rafting, dog sledding, hockey, a ferris wheel, and viewing ice sculptures. There was also French Canadian music, new and old, and a variety of new treats to sample.
After our time at the carnival, we headed back over to Rue St. Jean in the old town for a bit of ...