Le Cafe St. Paul
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... cruise with lots of villages and nice houses along the way. Then we sailed into Montreal itself which was stunning . A beautiful city from the water. After lunch we went on our city bus tour which included walking to the magnificent Notre Dame Basilica. I am usually over churches by this stage of the trip but the interior was entirely made of timber and beautifully decorated. Then we drove around the various parts of the city including up the hill where there is a large park ...
... and it has a little fridge with ice box.
Walked to the Olympic Centre. Quite overcast so decided not to go up the incline to the top of the tower as visibility would be limited. Walked around the complex and found where the Metro station is. We will go into the city tomorrow by train.
Had dinner at a restaurant nearby - New York Bar and Grill which was very busy and noisy but served nice food.
Drove to the ...
... they had it under control and drove for a solid 7 hours. It was amazing to slowly see the landscape change while we were driving up north. All snow has disappeared in Boston but once we were on the road for two hours, the surroundings slowly started turning white again. Coming from the busy city life in Boston, the highways that took us to Canada and the little towns we passed in New Hampshire seemed deserted. There were glooming hills and stretched out roads as far as ...
... his songs were in French and I personally enjoy music more when I understand the lyrics.
On Sunday we decided to enjoy some more live music so after about 40 minutes we made it to the Mont Royal Park and Tam Tam Sunday. An area on the edge of the park is taken over every Sunday afternoon, from Spring until Autumn, by large groups of drum players who play for hours whilst some dance, some watch and some smoke a lot of marijuana! We had a small ...
... in the square directly across the road (and next to the famous Hotel de Ville) in the aptly named Place Vauquelin. The statues seem to purposely face each other like a Western Style fight em to the death challenge is always about to ensue. As I said, the famed Hotel De Ville sits across the road from Place Jacques Cartier and is Montreal's Town Hall. This impressive building was built between 1872-1878 and rebuilt again I 1926 following a fire. This building is more than just ...
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