The inside of Notre Dame Basilica features painted, gilded and carved wooden decorations, painting, sculpture and stained glass.
This is a breath-taking church and was also where Celine Dion was married.
We stopped at a cute bistro and had a Montreal smoked meat sandwich and it was delicious. Dessert for Lana and myself was a yummy bread pudding with chocolate and maple syrup - don't want to know how many calories were involved!
This is Montreal City Hall which is being worked on and while doing so they have put up huge dropcloths which have a mural of the building on it so that viewers still get the effect. The balcony on the front is where French President General de Gaulle uttered his famous "Vive le Quebec libre" in 1967.
I am dipping my toes into the fountain in Place Vauquelin, across the street from Place Jaques Cartier. 17 years ago, Kathleen, Steve and Sasha were removed by a security guard when doing the same, but I did not see him today.
A small street off of Place Jacques-Cartier where artists painted and displayed their art to sell.
Place Jacques-Cartier, created as a marketplace in early 19th century and has a statue of Admiral Nelson at one end. As the day progressed it got very busy with buskers, artists, restaurants and many people.