Saturday, 25 July 2015

I went to Canada! (Part 4)

I bet you're thinking: "What? More photos?" - I promise these are the last ones! It has been hard to narrow down all the photos, especially as my boyfriend took close to 500! There was so much to see and take in on this trip - so thankful that we got the chance to visit family and have a wonderful two weeks! :-)
These last photos are just a few snapshots of random things we saw and did :-)

Close to the start of our visit we went to see Tour La Nuit, an evening ride around the Plateau Mont Royal consisting of 15,000 cyclists. We stood at the start line and watched as all of them began the race, and seeing them ride into the sunset was really something to behold!

There were people all dressed up in costumes, and the lights on some of the bikes were incredible...

It wasn't the only wheeled race we saw - my boyfriend was super happy when we realised the F1 would be in town, and so I tagged along, and we had a great day watching the races!
(I'll admit I didn't understand a single thing I was watching, but the atmosphere was great, and there was good poutine!)

Speaking of poutine, we ate lots of it whilst in Montreal - so many different varieties that we were actually able to rank them! The best place was in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue - I was a very happy Bekah!

But it wasn't all sightseeing... there was plenty of relaxing too!

All in all, a really wonderful trip to Canada!

Hope you've enjoyed the photos, and enjoyed following my Canadian Adventure!


  1. I did enjoy your photos!!! :o)
    What kind of meal poutine is? I've never heard of it... but looks yummy!

  2. You can never share enough pics for my liking. I love seeing them all!

    Ah, it has been forever since I have had Poutine. I am wicked jealous, but then seeing your smiling face makes it all the better. :)

  3. Thanks for sharing these pictures! I enjoyed them a lot!

  4. ooooh, that poutine looks so freaking delicious!! I love poutine, but you pretty much can't eat anything else for the next 6 hours or more, it's just so crazy filling.


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