Montréal in photos: Strolling around day and night

My academic and research trips have lots of advantages and only one major disadvantage. The advantages are too numerous to list, but amongst those, you can include the fact that I get to travel to many cities when I present a paper at a conference. The disadvantage? It’s almost impossible to really visit the city and get to know it because I’m always at the conference or research meeting.

That was the case this past time I was in Montreal for meetings with the North American Commission for Environmental Cooperation. Normally I would give myself a couple of days to explore the host city, but unfortunately because of the fact that I’m teaching this summer, it was actually impossible to do so. I had a chance to check out a couple of restaurants (one of them, excellent – Boris Bistro), and stroll for a little bit, but that was pretty much that. It’ll have to wait for my next research meeting.

Montreal by day

Montreal by day

Montreal by day

Montreal by day

Montreal by day

I absolutely adore this city, I adore the architecture, love the fact that I could practice my (rather rusty) French, and I really can’t wait to visit again.

Montréal at night

Montréal at night

Montréal at night

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Comments (1)

AnabelleJuly 12th, 2011 at 11:24 am

But that’s only the Vieux! I can tell you about lots more neighbourhoods for your next trip ;)

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