Although the dreamy sense of the Castle Hotel in Quebec City amazes me, and Toronto's complete Asian cuisine makes me linger, but the beauty of Montreal is still unique in my mind. This is the so-called irreplaceable.
I lived near this street for about half a year, very close to Stadthaus Mitte, the stretch from Alexanderplatz to Frankfurter Tor is very boring, but Frankfurter Allee is a bit interesting
This avenue is just around the corner of the hotel where you live. It's really lively, a bit like Nanjing Road in Shanghai, but not as prosperous as Nanjing Road. It’s more convenient to eat and buy clothes. There are a lot of Chinese food, and there are crayfish!
The street is very narrow and there are not many people. Except for some people on Christmas or long weekends, Canada is a crowded place!
Montreal’s bustling streets are not wide and there are many shops. I saw the auto show when I went
Jeremy_Dodson:I recommended Notre-Dame Basilica,Old Montréal,Montreal City Hall,Old Port of Montreal,Place d'Armes