Les Studios Hotel
Travel Blogs from Montreal
Montreal in late March should be starting to warm up and you may even start to see some snow melting, well usually anyway. But not this year, no no not at all. Our drive from Quebec city to Montreal may just take the prize for the scariest drive of our trip. We hit a huge snow storm resulting in terrible visibility and more cars run off the road in a few hundred metres than I think I have seen in the last 8 years of driving. ...
... a coastal section where we found heaps of starfish, urchins, sea birds and a man who couldn't understand us but could speak English and taught us about how starfish eat.
The last section was ice, snow, penguins, fish and other birds. There were also lynx. The big fluffy cats were fun to watch. They were in their own section away from the other animals tho. That was a little sad.
We wandered through the fossil room and learnt all about beluga ...
... that in theory if the bank did collapse financially you could always take a part of the building and sell it!
The Bank of Montreal building itself is still a bank and it makes for quite a venue to do your banking! The size of the main hall and lavish decoration certainly add some occasion to the mundane process of paying your bills!
The building also houses an interesting museum to the Bank and the history of Canadian money. Well worth ...
... of fun.
For all my friends in Australia that I love and can’t wait to see all of you when I am there –(too many to name on here) – hope you enjoy Canada’s way of celebrating pride – and yes I can’t wait to see Sydney’s Mardigras Pride Events when there…should be a blast…
Next up is Ottawa’s Capital Pride Parade this weekend and of course next year is going to be amazing as it is WORLD ...
... weather changing from storms to sun every 5 minutes and thought I would save some cash! The next day was my last in Montreal due to catching the midday bus to Ottawa so I decided to have a good walk about and go to a famous poutine restaurant that Scott had recommended called La Banquise.Poutine is the Canadian/Quebec dish which consists of chips and cheese curds covered in brown gravy.You can have other toppings with it and I opted for La Te ...
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