October 21 2012
I’m trying to get the most of what remains of the Autumn colours before winter begins to spread its chilly grip on the city. So after brunch we headed over to Mount Royal near the Georges Étienne Cartier monument. There’s still quite a bit of yellow but each day more bare branches are taking control and the leaves covering the ground get ever deeper.
Many inhabitants of Portuguese descent live in the west side of Le Plateau between avenue des Pins and Marie-Anne. On tue Rachel at the corner of rue Saint Urbain is the Portuguese Église Santa Cruz.
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Thanks for stopping by. Until next time.