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Travel Blogs from Montreal
... the same
that you lost track of where you were and constantly had a DeJaVu occurrence. So
much so that I felt we had entered a porthole to a different planet. Or in fact
had entered the twilight zone where every time we travelled 50km’s it was like
being on a giant Monopoly board and passing go all the time, resetting to the
After a short detour for lunch to avoid the
roadhouse diet we arrived early evening and up ...
... tent or portable cabin for warmth and coffee, and a bucket. We traveled beside Lake Champlain for a lot of its 200km length. It's huge.
At the Canadian border it took over an hour to clear customs, , then we chugged into Montreal and caught a taxi to our apartment. It took about an hour before we could get in. Had to buy some groceries. I was so tired I could hardly walk, but it was snowing lightly, so I cheered up.
... art from the Middle Ages to the Belle Époque (1200-1900). This was interesting to see how the process has changed over the years and what was depicted in the art. In the early years it was all religion based but later on there were more self portraits and painting of significant or wealthy people. Next was the modern art era, it's funny what is considered art theses days compared to what I was looking at in the first exhibit. I took ...
... we had a pint and then walked back to the piers. We were back in our hotel at 6pm to relax for the rest of the night.
After breakfast we checked out and took our bags to the Greyhound bus terminal and put our bags into lockers.We then walked all the way to the park and spent a couple of hours lazing by the lake. We also visited the free museum at the university and then ate ...
... we went on a funicular up the tower which was attached to the stadium. This resembled something out of Star Trek and took us up at a 45 degree angle to the top. Once up there you could see for miles and had a great overview of the Olympic park, the city, and beyond.
Then we headed back into the centre and went to Crescent street which was row of bars and restaurants. We called by one and sat in the sun with ...