Montreal: deuxième partie

Montreal`s Olde Towne or whatever the hell that is in french, probably something with an umlaut or a few éè’s in it, is a fascinating mix of difficult to navigate alleys and walls composed entirely of tourists rendered immobile by the lack of clearly defined sidewalks.

Despite the maddening pace akin to pouring bricks through a funnel this area is a must see if one is in the area.

Menus are posted outside restaurants, most of which are fancy and require one be wearing pants.

Now if one is so inclined as to relish in the stranger side of Montreal’s food culture the steamé is not to be missed; They can be found here. In essence this is a combination of things one aught not do to a hotdog and ingredients not normally considered a good idea, like most things Montreal does it is ass backwards, weird, and insane, as well as brilliant.

Of course there are museums and theatres aplenty, there are however far more interesting things to find, like street food and pigeons that know not the fear of man for they are legion. Seriously, watch your food.

Making sense is clearly not a factor in their decision making process.

Making sense is clearly not a factor in their decision making process.

I cannot even begin to list the reasons I will not drive in this city

I cannot even begin to list the reasons I will not drive in this city

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