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   Canada Mortgage Hub Discussion Board -> Mortgage Montreal -> What are some good things to do in Montreal during January? I know Crescent, Old town, St. Catherine,what els?
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What are some good things to do in Montreal during January? I know Crescent, Old town, St. Catherine,what els?
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Old montrealvisit the Oratory of St. JospehMount Royal observatories PlanetariumBio domeSt Laurent street (starting from Sherbrooke street and up) places like restaurants, clubs, and clothing stores are there.
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Laronde is an amusement park that is lots of fun, I go every year.Le Musee des beaux arts (art museum) has free exhibits all the time. If I'm not mistaken, right now there is a davinci exhibit.There is also a titanic exhibit at place-des-arts, it costs about 20 bucks, but I'm told it is completely worth it.Place-des-arts also has lots of plays/musicals all the time.Mont-royal is beautiful, especially at sunrise or sunset, and I would recommend going there also.The old port is worth the visit, if you like views and just walking on the boardwalk calmly, this is the thing for you. It's in old Montreal, which is full of really pretty old shops, and restaurants for a night out. Parc Jean Drapeau has a beach, a park, lots of touristy places. Downtown has wonderful stores. There are a couple of underground malls there where you won't have to take out a mortgage on your house to buy things, I would suggest going to the Eaton centre. It has a wide variety of stores, and it's entrance is on saint-catherine and mcgill (or in the mcgill metro).I would suggest visiting little Italy, china town, etc, montreal is full of culture waiting to be discovered. (Get some bubble tea while you're in china town)You can google any of these places and find out their exact locations very easily! Contact me if you need any further help. That's all I can think of, and I hope you take my suggestions!HAVE FUN AND GOOD LUCK!
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