Hotel & Suite Place des Arts
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to step out for some pizza. We made our way down St. Catherine and found a really yummy pizza counter across from the fountain at Place des Arts. Let me mention here that Montreal is in love with the arts. They have tons of museums, theaters, cinemas, and art galleries. There is a ton of graffiti everywhere and random acts of artiness (see the man made of packing tape we found next to the Contemporary Arts Museum). Next to ...
... our way through the miles of underground shopping malls built for the very cold winters here.
Today Kit went off to hire a bike and rode over the bridges to some of the thousand islands in the St Lawrence River.
Slow start for the rest of us and wandered through the centre weaving in and out of shops above and below ...
... 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 ...
... took a lady out. She looked terrified. So funny!
The next day was Christmas. We woke up, had some bagels then took the snowboard to the mountain to play. It was -29 degrees but fun!! There were a bunch of other families there too, with toboggans and other snow sliding devices. We played on the mountain all morning then went home to lunch of cheese and hummus and attempted to make mulled cider. We watched Die Hard in the afternoon and chilled ...
... everyone starts the conversation in French. Once they hear our Aussie twang or pathetic attempt to respond in French, they quickly switch to English. Montreal is pretty pretty pretty. It was 11 degrees and raining when we set off this morning which only added to its beauty. All around you can hear French conversations with the odd Canadian/English thrown in. After the totally elegant breakfast we headed to one of the big art galleries - I can't remember what ...