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... a hotel it seemed quite empty, with only one or two rooms lit up. But the next day during our Underground Tour we learned that the name "Hotel de Ville" in French indicates a City Hall. So this was the Montreal City Hall and as massive and ornate as would be expected from such an edifice.
We continued on and looked over the Champs de Mars, a large field that seems to separate the Old Town from the Downtown area. Then, we turned back ...
Left New York this morning after a night of rain almost as if the city was crying because I was leaving (okay have to kid myself)
It was so hot yesterday 90F Ian says that it's about 30C
We really felt the heat because we walked the Brooklyn Bridge and that took us about an hour and a half? Maybe be more with all my stops.
Arrived in Montreal and I must say I can see what everyone loves about this place. We feel so at home? It's like Australia and yet not? I ...
Today's weather forecast once again predicted rain. However, when we woke up it was overcast but the clouds didn't have that ominous grey appearance that foretells rain. So I readjusted my days plans to encompass an exploration of Mont Royal gardens. We hopped off the train and started walking. Samuel kept asking me to check the map but I saw green ahead and continued walking. Sammy got quite forceful and told me to read the map (one time we had been walking in the ...
I hope this blog will be as entertaining to you as my trip will most likely be.
This is definitely a trip of a lifetime.
See me in four months!
PS: I've made a promise to myself: Let the beard grow for the full extent of my trip. You will definitely see a difference with all the pictures!
Set the alarm for 7.30 - just as well - otherwise I'm sure we'd sleep until 10. Today the plan was to see an area called Old Montreal which is supposed to look like Paris with cobblestones and Parisian buildings. A nice waiter from yesterday told us that many movies are filmed here when they need Parisian streets rather than going to the expense of travelling to Paris. After breakfast at a cute cafe around the corner run by French speaking Indians we set off. We walked and ...