I never thought I’d spend so long in a museum. About 4-5 hours of exploring the wonders of Canadian Heritage, Multiculturalism and Japanese Innovation. Surprisingly, my favorite part of the museum was the Children’s portion. A wonderland of whimsical novelties. Canadian Museum of Civilization – 100 Laurier Street Gatineau, Quebec K1A 0M8 “Be a kid again; … Continue reading
The Best Thing about Ottawa is that it’s so close to Montreal;). I absolutely fell in love with this city. It has history, culture, and a distinct vibe that’s just unique to Montreal. Churches, Shopping, Art… it’s all about soaking in the city:).
Restaurant: Reuben’s Deli Location: 1116 Rue Ste-Catherine W, Montréal, QC Cuisine: Diner/ Sandwiches/ Italian Menu: http://www.reubensdeli.com/ Price: $15-25 I really wanted to go to Hakata Ramen, but then it was closed from 3-6pm. Pretty hungry on a Sunday in Montreal and on a day that all shops closed at 5pm, I seriously did not want to wait til 6pm. … Continue reading
Restaurant: Schwartz’s Montreal Hebrew Delicatessen Location: 3895 Boulevard St-Laurent, Montreal, QC Cuisine: Eastern European/ Sandwiches Menu: http://www.schwartzsdeli.com/index_eng.html Price: $10 or Less Venturing to Montreal, one of the Must Go Places (or else I’d be like you really haven’t went at all) is Schwartz’s Montreal Hebrew Delicatessen. When ever I hear about Montreal I hear “Smoked Meat”; I didn’t exactly know what … Continue reading
Restaurant: Pho Lien Location: 5703 Chemin De La Côte-Des-Neiges, Montréal, QC Cuisine: Vietnamese/ Noodles Menu: N/A Price: $10-15 After sight-seeing in the snowy weather, I just wanted something hot. I hadn’t had any “good” Pho in Ottawa that could match up to what I’ve eaten in Vancouver (although I might be going to the wrong places:P) so I was … Continue reading
Restaurant: Juliette et Chocolat Location: 1615 Rue Saint Denis, Montréal, QC Cuisine: French/ Desserts Menu: http://www.julietteetchocolat.com/mmm.php Price: $10-15 My first visit to Montreal, so I just decided to go with what other tourists recommended. For desserts, I heard Juliette et Chocolat was a MUST! Luckily, it wasn’t extremely cold (for East Coast standards, that is) because I had to wait … Continue reading