La Tour Belvedere
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... was gone to work, the day was used for some sightseeing. So we just grabbed our stuff and went off towards the town. First stop was the McGill university which is spread all over the streets. We even ended up in a natural museum about pre-historic life on Earth. They have an impressive collection on different mammals, dinosaurs and reptiles. It was fascinating to read more on the history and evidences on animals that went back to the water - so ...
... the situation was reversed with Julie coming to the US.
The first couple of days I spent visiting Celine and celebrated Julie's father's birthday (the day of the big move from Burlington) one day late with a pool party with Julie, her parents, Josee (her sister), Alexis (her brother-in-law), and Loic (her nephew and godson). After trying to keep up with French the whole day I really feel like I'm becoming a Quebecois! Everyone please keep in touch.
... found our seats.
Andre Agassi, Pat Cash, Michael Chang and Ivan Lendl played a Legends Event, in front of just over 8,000 fans at the Bell Centre. The evening began with the four players being introduced on court and presented with Canadiens jerseys. Not surprisingly, Agassi was greeted with a standing ovation, he who won three Rogers Cup titles in his career and was adored by the Canadian tennis faithful.
The first match of the ...
... in fairy lights and oodles of options for supper. It appears in terms of the variety of food The Latin Quarter offers, it should of been where we headed for all of our meals.
A backpackers meal of baba ganoush (egg plant/chick pea dip) and bread for dinner tonight, in a bid to stay within the budget we set aside for Montreal is on the menu.
We have just returned from what turned out to be a larger night out than intended after paying ...
... fruit, veggis, and meats. I purchased some fresh concord grapes and cherries before we headed for the other market (for which the aforementioned streets were closed). We managed to get through with only a couple of purchases of the clothing variety and some cider and groceries.
Tonight we will be off to Sushi and relaxing. Glad to be under a roof for the night and to see Montreal tomorrow and Saturday.
Until next time, Bonne Journee!
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center