We spent a weekend in Montreal, which is one of our favourite places to visit. Many parts of the city, especially Old Montreal, have a definite European atmosphere. The food is great and there are many things to see and do.
In the few days we were there we managed to squeeze in much sightseeing, shopping, eating and walking–lots of walking.
Scarolies Restaurant Spaghetti and meatballs
South African War Memorial in Dorchester Square with Sun Life Building in background
Mary Queen of the World Cathedral
Maisonneuve Monument, Charles le Moyne. Came to New France (later Canada) in 1641.
Notre Dame Basilica. The parish church of Notre-Dame was built on the site in 1672.
The dome of Marche Bonsecours
L’International des Feux Loto-Québec.
St. Joseph statue.
Nasturtium vines growing on lattice.
Interior of the St. Joseph Oratory.
Oratory of St. Joseph
View from balcony of the St. Joseph Oratory.
Montreal Musum of Modern Art
“In Memorium I and II”, Elizabeth Frink
Claudia, Denis Farley
St-Viateur Bagel Shop