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... building, church or garden - Michael and I did find ourselves mostly looking forward to finding a good pub at the end of the tour to really start to enjoy our time in Montreal). We found one of course (a few actually) and after several beers, tried our very first poutine. A local favourite, which is essentially hot chips with gravy and a wacky melted cheese (cheese curd apparently) on top. The bar man did say that a defibrillator would be ...
... have been so good to us. We will love you forever and beyond. Cruella: you go girl! You saved us in a moment of desperation !! Keep rockin it, y'all! Il crappodoro: Hasta la vista. You assisted us to the end, and we thank you for this. Best of luck back in Pennsylvania. Thanks for keeping up with us. It's going to be weird to get back to real life after all of this!! Arriverderci! Bye, y'all! Adios amigos! Goodbye ...
Montreal in late March should be starting to warm up and you may even start to see some snow melting, well usually anyway. But not this year, no no not at all. Our drive from Quebec city to Montreal may just take the prize for the scariest drive of our trip. We hit a huge snow storm resulting in terrible visibility and more cars run off the road in a few hundred metres than I think I have seen in the last 8 years of driving. ...
... but I am sure as we become more Canadian-ised it will become normality. It is quite ironic really as Canadians are renowned for being polite and friendly!
Back to Montreal….
Thanksgiving is coming as is Halloween so there are pumpkins for sale everywhere. See photos.
We headed off to the Montreal Beau-Arts Museum just off Rue Crescent. We went at the recommendation of our Airbnb host who said the Chihuly exhibition ...
Feeling fit today, after class, and taking advantage of the warm weather, decided to ascend Mont Royal. Not sure how far I would get or how long it would take. Nothing ventured, nothing gained. The starting point of the trail is almost directly behind the hotel, a block away along Peel Street (hotel is along Stanley Street).
Once past Sherbrooke Street (a major street), the road ascends steeply with characterful old houses alongside ...