Montreal (Part 2)



The next morning, we had breakfast at a cute restaurant around the corner from our Airbnb and planned out the rest of our day together!



Since there are so many things to do in Montreal, I had a bit of a tough time creating the itinerary for us. I decided to just list a bunch of places that looked interesting and then waited until the day of to see what we were feeling!



We decided to check out the fine arts museum after reading great reviews online! We made a quick trip home to drop off our smoothies, before walking over there.



If you've been following along, then it’s probably no surprise that we chose to hang out at the museum because this was the third one we've been to together. You can read about our other times here and here!



This museum was huge!! We had no idea that it spanned four buildings, until we saw the map and realized that they were all connected underground. Here are a few photos from our visit!



I didn't know which turns or elevators to take, so Daniel was pretty much the tour guide for the afternoon. To be honest, he was the navigator for the whole trip because I kept taking us down the wrong street. LOL




Every once in a while, I would pull him towards something that caught my eye, like this colourful wall of stuffed animals!! Whatta beauty!



As I was going through Daniel's camera for photos to share on here, it was interesting to see what caught his eye. He was more into things like, a giant broccoli, hairy apes and me....



In other words, he was not only my tour guide but my paparazzi...



... and model! 😉



I joked around with him that I wanted this large vase of roses for Valentine's Day, like can you imagine!!!



Also, I have no idea what we were going for in that photo above. LOL 😂



Once we finished exploring the museum, we sprinted across the street to check out the cute installation that I noticed through the window earlier on!



I told Daniel that we should play a game, where we can only walk on the footprints. He laughed and said he wasn’t going to participate in that. A few minutes later, I looked back and saw that he was playing along! 😏



We were in the mood to do some shopping along St. Catherine Street after. Daniel didn’t intend to buy anything, but he ended up spending the most! LOL



We slowly started making our way to La Banquise for poutine! A lot of my friends recommended this place, so we were intrigued to see what the hype was all about. Initially, we were going to commute there but a 45 minute walk didn't sound too bad!



It took us more than 45 minutes and there was a long line up to get seated. The portion sizes were actually so big that we had leftovers to take home. To be honest, it was probably not worth all that walk and wait, but it did satisfy our hunger!



And guess what we did after all that... we spent another night at the arcade trying to beat the highest score for the electronic basketball! Since we had to get up early the next morning, we went to the arcade with $4. Next thing you know, we're running back up to our condo to get all of our change to play some more games! LOL 

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