The next day we took the opportunity to work, respond to emails, plan.
We had a date after lunch. We were going to talk to the couple from Blog Viajo Logo Existo, see the video we made with them. We went to the Jean-Talone market, which is in the northern part of the city. Here fruits and vegetables are displayed like works of art. I delight in everything that is food, and everything was overflowing with love. We stayed there watching people work their food with love.
That night, we had a ticket to see Aura. A light and sound show at Notre-Dame Basilica. The basilica was full of people. The show is incredible, first there is a sound part and then a part dedicated to the image where we see the seasons, unfortunately it is not allowed to take pictures.
Montreal would be missed, but there was still so much to see. Had to stay for our third day in town.
We woke up early because we still wanted to cross the border before dark. We went to see the sunrise at Mount-royal with an unmissable view over the city, and after 2 days wandering around the city we were able to identify the most emblematic buildings.
With our horizons widened, we headed towards the port and the vieux-Montreal district. The mammoth gives us the freedom to move around the city at our own pace and jump from place to place with ease, as long as there is parking. In the old part of Montreal where the first French settled is where the Notre-Dame basilica is located and the place with the most tourists in the city. It used to be a place for loading and unloading ships. Today there are more than 2kms of wide sidewalks with bike paths, trailers and restaurants.9
For us it seemed perfect. It was a beautiful sunny day. And we felt like staying here forever.
all photos with Fujifilm X T-2