Montreal in November

November is a curious time to visit La Belle Province, after the summer sun warms the ground and before the deep freeze sets in.”La Belle Province est une périphrase utilisée pour désigner le Québec en tant que province du Canada.” Come for the nightlife, stay for the poutine.

Capture the moon in #montreal #sky #night #skyscraper #nightscape #luna #cielo #downtown #hardwork #beautiful

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Inside the 1928 Royal Bank building #moody #architecture #montreal #royalbank #architecturephotography

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The climb to the top of the mountain in Mont Royal Park is well worth the trek to the chateau. If you ever wanted the perfect view its right here.

It’s cold up here at the top of the mountain #montreal #montrealphotography #montrealmoments #travels2015

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Art deco era architecture mixed with newly gentrifying areas that were once industrial make for a spectacular wander. District Griffin is a fine example of new and old converging, breathing new life into the once industrial parts of Old Montreal. The streets are lined with plenty of boutiques, art galleries, fresh condos and wall art worthy of instagram likes.

Cold & Elegant gentrification near #oldmontreal #montrealart #beautifulwall #graffiti #travel

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TuscanBrunchDomenicale @lecartet #lecartet #brunch #mmmm #hungry #eggsbenedict #eggsbenny #foodporn

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It’s so packed here on weekends @lecartet , and totally worth the wait #cartet #brunch #nofatfreehere #sundaybrunch

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World Trade Centre Montréal