Category Archives: Quebec

Photos of Montreal Posted

Back from an amazing week in Montreal, the French-speaking capital of Quebec province in Canada. Steeped in layer upon layer of colonial and Canadian history, Old Montreal is a fascinating warren of cobblestone streets and colonial-era buildings. On balmy spring … Continue reading

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The Real Montreal

If I have learned anything in 48 hours, it’s how genuinely and vivaciously Montreal lives at night. Last night, after a day of typical tourist fare (though typical neglects how magnificent the historic churches, mansions and museums are…), I set … Continue reading

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Montreal – Time-Meld of History and Culture

I am here, in the intoxicating mix that is new and old, New World Americas and Old World European. Real cobblestone streets, lined with bright, cascading flowers, threaten ankles young and old. Rough stone houses nestle beside soaring towers of … Continue reading

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Montreal and the Baltics – Here I Come!

Maybe it’s the reappearance of the sun, the blush of dawn that awakens me earlier and earlier each morning with unspoken promise, or the daffodils suddenly swaying in the garden to the crisp bite of the wind, but I am … Continue reading

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A Fibromite’s Plan for Montreal

Your pulse races, your heart thumps, you fear you just might burst out of your skin in excitement. After all, you’ve just scored a huge deal on airplane tickets to a place you’ve always wanted to visit. It’s that first blush … Continue reading

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