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... and we continued on along Rue Saint Paul. We passed the Old Port, which was done up in lights and decorations for the holidays, and several galleries and designer boutiques that featured fur, as necessity as opposed to design. The streets were getting busier with people; families and couples out for an early evening stroll in the quaint streets of the old town.
We are from California and Fiona is from Texas, so despite how much we were ...
... Royal, the triple peaked hill in the heart of the city.
Like New York, Montreal is an island. The Saint Lawrence and Ottawa River converge here. French is the city's official language although many people speak both French and English. Most signage us in French but most menus in restaurants are written in both French and English.
We walked to Old Montreal which is the oldest area in the city. There are many historic buildings ...
Nothing much to say, just that I'll leave from home on Saturday morning and I will stay tyhe night in Trois-Rivières at a couch-surfer's place. 150km to do, mainly flat, a bit of wind in the back, so it should go fine.
To be confirmed Saturday evening!
My visit to Montreal is a swirl of craziness and fun - my favourite kind of travel :)
I have a chance to catch up with Cassio again who's been off adventuring in New York and Quebec City while I toil on the farm. Together we find foxes at the fair ground, snag free tickets to the last day of the season and ride the most amazing rollercoaster. We eat amazing poutine at La Banquise - touted to be Montreal's best poutine provider (along with every ...
We spent this morning discovering some more of the underground city of Montreal, then prior to lunch we transferred to the pier to board the Holland America Line ship ms Maasdam and checked into our Verandah Stateroom on Navigation Deck 10.
Today we cruise past the the F1 ...