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... in 24 hours. Took the train to Berri-Uqam station and changed lines to get to the Old Town. It was very easy to navigate using the small map provided.
Explored the Old Montreal town and the Old Port. It was quite cool and the wind had some chill in it. It threatened rain at times and our rain jackets worked well to keep the wind out. There are some lovely old buildings in this area. There is a section beside the waterway where they have brought in sand ...
... companies don't provide them unless asked - Thrifty will be getting a call from us in the morning!! It's significantly colder here with quite a bit of snow and ice around, we're adding layers before we venture out. We stopped at a Columbia outlet shop in the US so are fairly well equipped, although Zayd seems to be trying to avoid wearing his new boots. Our accommodation is the whole top floor of a typical Montreal house, access is ...
... the No.11 bus to Chalet du Mont-Royal. The man behind the counter where you buy your tickets was very helpful we bought our round tickets (Seniors of course) for the day and showed us how to pull they through the gate to enter the
station. All the railway is underground we didn't have to wait and the train travels like a bullet.
Met a nice young couple on the train who showed us where to get off to catch the connecting train (Orange Line to ...
... having a beer with at the hostel before he headed out to meet friends and I headed to bed. Scott recommended walking the opposite direction to the more common areas of downtown Toronto to have a look about as its more interesting that way,so the next morning after I missed breakfast through oversleeping,I headed out to the unknown with an empty stomach looking for some brunch! I settled for a cafe and enjoyed a nice club sandwich with chips and salad before heading out further ...
We decided to head to Old Montreal for a look. We walked past Mary Queen of the World Cathedral, Le Atrium 1000, Victoria Park and Hector Guimard's art nouveau metro entrance portico.
Old Montreal is a major tourist attraction; with some of its buildings dating to the 17th century, it is one of the oldest urban areas in North America. In the western part of the old city, Place d'Armes is dominated by ...
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