This is based on my visit to the city in the summer of 2012. Contrary to the beliefs of the folks ignorant of meteorology, such as myself, Canada is not all snowstorms and parkas. It actually gets flipping hot out there. Make sure to check the weather before you go.
Anyways, I highly recommend Toronto as a tourist destination. There’s great transportation, a variety of culture, an emerging (at that time) food scene, and friendly people. Here are a couple of highlights in Toronto . . . Continue reading “Toronto Tidbits”
Killing time before our afternoon flight home — Jean-Talon Market, Redpath Museum, and a Canadian hospital museum to satisfy my inner nerd.
Continue reading “Montreal — The Final Day”
I thought I’d change up the title a bit. Time for the last full day in Montreal — Olympic Park, adventures in souvenir shopping, Jardins de Lumiere, and I go to mass for the first time in years — *insert shocked emoji*
Continue reading “Fourth Day Tripping Through Montreal”
Late start to the day — SURPRISE! — the Bestie woke up sick. I try to avoid sick people when I can, but then the sickie is your BFF AND you have to share a hotel room in a foreign country, you’re low on options.
Continue reading “Montreal, Day 3”
Woke up refreshed for an early start for Day 2 of Montreal. Continue reading “Tripping though Montreal, Day 2”
Long-awaited summer vacation to Montreal, Quebec (I know there’s some accents in there somewhere). The Bestie and I had a FANTASTIC start to the trip as soon as we checked-in at the airport — Continue reading “Tripping through Montreal, Day 0.5”