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    Day 1.212 – The Classic Hair

    Loaded with my new EOS 50D camera, voice recorder, iPod – and a slight impatience for exploring Montreal – I go for a massive multi-hour sightseeing-on-foot crusade around town after a few hours of laptop research “at home”…

    Welcome to Montreal! (Mouse on photo = text box pop-up)

    Montreal Business Distrct.

    Backstreet Bike

    Windsor Station, Montreal.

    Le 1250 Boulevard René Lévesque, Montreal.

    Palais des congrès de Montreal.

    Banque de Montreal.

    Basilique Notre-Dame de Montreal.

    Vieux-Port, Montreal

    Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours, Montreal Old Town.

    Pierre Du Calvet, anno 1725

    Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours, Montreal Old town.


    Rue Saint-Paul, Montreal Old Town.

    Champ de Mars and Hôtel de ville, Montreal.

    Montreal is real love at first sight. Enough said.

    Church on Saint-Denis Street.

    Groovy Saint-Denis Street.

    After a long and exciting, home-made Tour de Montreal, I’m back on Aylmer Street. Suddenly, a voice behind me goes:

    Heey, are you Mr. Bangsgaard?
    Uhhh, yeah, that’s me (thinking: Who are you?)
    I’m Julien!

    Some weeks ago I got an email from a guy, Canadian Julien, who’s been following my trip since Chile last year. Realizing I was coming his way, he recently invited me (via email) to come and stay with him and his girlfriend here in Montreal.

    Julien and me on Aylmer Street,  Montreal.

    I recognized your classic hair, Julien tells me, smilingly.

    I, too, laugh out loud.

    It’s such a coincidence! Being spotted in the center of Montreal that has some 3.3 mio. inhabitants. None of us can actually believe it. We have a nice little chat in the street and decide to meet up later.

    Montreal at dusk.

    Mesdemoiselles Emilie and Sara in Montreal.

    Rue Côté, Chinatown, Montreal.

    Montreal from below...

    Les Francofolies de Montreal.

    On this day..


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