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Travel Blogs from Montreal
... still more uphill to go. To get to the summit of the park, you either have to climb dozens of incredibly steep stairs, or continue walking uphill along a series of switchbacks and paths. I had time to kill, so I decided to take my time walking through the park on the paths I was able to see some of the other sights in the park as well, including Maison Smith and Beaver Lake. Finally I reached the top at ...
We woke up this morning to a big broken table in the living room and the aftermath of the party last night. AS is tradition we slept in late and recovered and went to Montreal for the night. It was Jenny's friend Kema's bday at blue dog hip hop bar which must have been the only bar in the whole city that had an English name. It was a ...
... Westmont neighborhood is where is the snobby people are said to live in their big fancy expensive houses. So I wandered the street for a bit, the shops on Greene street were fancy boutique types, the houses were very nice looking. Said to be around the 2mil mark from the ones on the hill. My next place on my list for the day was the old Montreal area, I tok the train back towards the city, I got off and walked down towards the water. I ended up in the old port. Here there is ...
... and the park itself is huuuge! We also took a free walking tour through the old part of Montreal. The tour took us also to the Old Port, which now is full of restaurants and museums.
A recreation area is the Island Sainte-Helene (subway station: Jean-Drapeau). There is this amazing building of the Biosphere Environmental Museum which looks like a giant silver ball. There are also lots of green spaces and places to walk. If you pass the bridge to ...
... this was work in which I could find meaning, focus,
and beauty. Thank you Mike Mandel for your intro to photography class, for I
exhibit, however, was... uhh... : ?????. It was a labyrinth of walls and
“windows” cut out to reveal things like old, tattered books, paintings of an
eclipse, a neon sign reading “visibility is a trap!” and a maze (literally, a
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