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Travel Blogs from Montreal
... sleep on the plane from Bogota so we were not totally bagged!!! Arriving home to blowing snow and really cold winds I guess is part of the trip. But next year!!!!!!
We arrived in Brockville at 5pm and were in bed by 7. We slept 11 hours and felt a whole lot better. Bev ran around like a chicken with it's head cut of changing suitcases. We left with her daughter Shelly for Ottawa that afternoon so they could stay ...
... by night; and was blown away by the Beat Nation exhibition at the Musee d'art Contemporain - where aboriginal art meets hip hop/street culture. Montreal has so much to offer and this was in the dead season (as was apologetically explained to me by many a Montrealer) in the summer months the city plays host to an internationally renowned Jazz festival, a world fireworks competition, and much more besides. Perfect excuse for a return visit I say :D
... the Molson Brewery Company dynasty back in the day. In the doorway you will find a bust of tne founder and his two sons. The last and supposedly most glamorous historical building for the morning was the Royal Bank Building. When built in 1928 at 22 stories high this was the tallest building in the city. The exterior is not significantly more remarkable than those around it but the interior is amazing and has been designed to replicate a Floretine Palace. After our long walk ...
... garden were simple amazing. The phoenix garden sculpture defied believe - it was the size of a truck. Another stand out was the Chinese garden - complete with one of the world's largest collection of Bonsai plants.
The cost of entrance was definitely justified - the cost of maintaining the many gardens, sculptures and greenhouses would have been huge. I am definitely not a green thumb, but the ...
... it is really closed. And yes, it is. I want then to look up the time on my camera because it must be pretty close to the fatal 18:00. And while I am doing that, the lady of the store opens it again, just for me ! Yeah, I am lucky. I then go back to the apartment. I want to cook some roesti tonight, hence I will need some potatoes. But I still have time. And so, I leave the apartement around 21:10 and guess what, the grocery store closed at 21:00. ...
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