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... Mary's for Monday lunch. They call them Caesar Mary's here for some reason and they are stacked with bacon and pickles...the combo worked. Afterwards we retreated to our local bar and drank more IPA's, what a shock.
Did a little pub crawl in the early evening, with a few games of pool and more shots, shots, shots. I believe we stumbled into bed around midnight, but I couldn't be 100% certain.
The mercury is rising past 30 degrees fairly consistently, the sounds of jazz waft from the Quartier des Spectacles, and people across the city are loading up moving vans. Yep, summer in Montreal is here, and life is pretty much a nonstop party. Who the heck would want to leave?
Well, me, for one.
With winter as my natural habitat, and travel as my ongoing addiction, summer is but an excuse to hit the road for cooler pastures. ...
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... that Montreal is actually an island within this river and was originally called Ville-Marie.
The tour guide took us through some of the neighborhoods of Montreal which was something we definitely wouldn't have done on our own. It was interesting learning about the history of these neighborhoods. We went to the base of Mont Royal, visited the Jewish Quarter and tried one of the best bagels in all of Canada.
The following day we spent hours wandering ...
... with a small trusty map and explored the City.
With a population of 3 million, it is quiet, calm and orderly, clean and totally safe to walk around both day but more particularly at night.
At 11.30 the small shuttle bus came to collect us at the door and took us to the information centre a few blocks away, where we had ...