La Tour Belvedere
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... Our evenings in Montreal were full on with an ice hockey game between Montreal and Colorado a highlight. With Glen providing coaching we were able to understand the rules and were entertained with a local win ( 3 to 2 in overtime). Hotdogs and beer reigned. We also went to a jazz club and joined locals at some local bars after top class dining each night. Teresa and Glen were fantastic hosts and even after the passage of time nothing ...
... I mastered the Metro. I knew what day it was better to get a $10 day ticket (with all the trips I did it turned out to be $2 a trip) and when to get a return $5.50 or a single $3. I knew my station, which direction it was to and from the location I was endeavouring to get to. I was thoroughly impressed by the ease and simplicity of the system.
Here in Montreal I also had my first try of poutine, a traditional Canadian dish. I cannot believe it isn't available ...
... to work out which way to go. Got it right. This museum is huge. It is actually 3 buildings. They are connected underground. I was there for nearly 5 hours. There were statues outside so I needed to get out there and take some photo's before it got to dark. Think I have mastered the metro. No problems getting back. There is so many people waiting for the train, but everyone gets on. I counted how many carriages and they have 9 per train. Big difference compared to @ ...
... I have a hair straightener and perfume - two items that were sadly lacking at the beginning of the trip. Although, here in Montreal, my hair is silky smooth. Wandered around a bit more and realised it was wine time. Went to the bar attached to the hotel and asked for a wine list. The grumpy waitress said the menus were being redone and we just had to tell her what we wanted. We ordered a glass of wine each and some olives. She sneered at us and off she went. ...
... art from the Middle Ages to the Belle Époque (1200-1900). This was interesting to see how the process has changed over the years and what was depicted in the art. In the early years it was all religion based but later on there were more self portraits and painting of significant or wealthy people. Next was the modern art era, it's funny what is considered art theses days compared to what I was looking at in the first exhibit. I took ...