Here are some photos from the May long weekend, which I spent in Montreal visiting
with my cousins and friends.
On board the VIA train to Montreal in my new Converse.
La basilique Notre-Dame de Montréal.
Avenue Des Artistes in the Old Port of Montreal.
The Old Port.
These red balls decorate the streets throughout the Village.
This art installation appears to be a random assortment of letters. You have to look through a viewfinder to reveal the message….
This roughly translates to: “There will be a place for each of the liberties that you want to allow yourself.”
More Village art.
The Village is known for its numerous patios. Perfect place to have a drink and people watch.
Enjoying a beautiful Saturday on a patio in the Village with C.
An amazing Indian restaurant on boulevard Saint-Laurent.
In front of my favourite brunch place in Montreal – Le Vieux Velo.
At the St. Ambroise brewery, enjoying a pitcher of their apricot beer.
Parc Lafontaine in Plateau Mont-Royal.
Back in Toronto…
On the rooftop terrace of the Le Germain Hotel in Toronto.
Yummy haddock on a bun from St. Lawrence Market.
My office cork board stops many a passerby in their tracks.
My ‘Tights are NOT Pants’ manifesto, a cute card from my office mate, and some Dr. Who paraphernalia.
A South Park-inspired self portrait and Beyonce the metal rooster (knock-knock, motherfucker). For more on Beyonce the metal rooster, go here: http://thebloggess.com/2011/06/and-thats-why-you-should-learn-to-pick-your-battles/
We made May 31st ‘One Direction Day’ at the office and…well…this happened. I’m on the bottom left, kissing Harry Styles (natch).
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