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... for the moment, just in case it changed its mind again, and headed out. To our continued good fortune, we immediately found a tourist office and got a map and identified locations of things we wanted to see. In this area, the architecture is a mix or old and new and streets are granite cobblestones in places and asphalt in others. There are lots of small cafés just like in France and gobs and gobs of souvenir shops everywhere. We walked the waterfront that ...
... neighborhood establishment. Wonderful little place with all kinds of charm. Could well be Cheers in Montreal. Very tasty fish and chips. No one does frites like they do in Montreal. And better conversation along with a proper understanding of what makes Montreal the city that it is.
Getting south into the neighborhoods, things calm down. Still three stories everywhere, but on a more relaxed pace.
Walked from there further south and a little east. Ended ...
... heard a crowd go so mental for a goal in any sport in my life. They did not stop yelling and cheering for a good 4 minutes. A bit of hope washed over the crowd and it seemed to pick up the team as well, but unfortunately a 2-1 loss would be how the game ended. After the game we caught the train back, went and got some dinner (I had my first poutine, not bad), then went to bed after discussions about how much snow had fallen and how good the mountain was going to ...
... St Lawrence River and features lock gates into the Lachine Canal. Opened in 1825 the canal was built to by-pass the Lachine Rapids which prevented ships from passing further up the St Lawrence River. The canal was widened and upgraded before it became obsolete as a result of the construction of the St Lawrence Seaway in 1959.
From the Old Town we headed up to the heart of Downtown Montreal, their equivalent of Oxford St, St Catherine Street. ...
... t help that it had started sprinkling for the last few laps and it wasn't getting less heavy. We wanted to head downhill and see the lower town as this is one of the oldest areas with art galleries and little shops amongst winding streets near the boat harbour. This area was equally beautiful but we were both getting fairly wet due to the consistent rain that had been falling for the last hour or so so we decided to start walking back to our apartment. We stopped in at ...