Posts tagged Montreal

Weekly Photo: Old Town Montreal from the Ground Up.

“In the morning the city spreads its wings, making a song in stone that sings. In the evening the city goes to bed hanging lights about its head.” – Langston Hughes (click to feel the city up close) Langston Hughes nailed it on the head with this poem, and this is exactly the feeling I got as we walked around Old Town Montreal. We had stepped out of the modern, bustling downtown and into the past. Aged cobble stone streets make you aware of every step you take, nearly forcing… Read More

Losing my Poutine Virginity in Montreal.

My eyes followed along as she approached, I couldn’t help but be captivated by it. She slid across the table and presented herself, sprawled out, in some small hole-in-the-wall place in Montréal at 7pm at night. She was so hot that steam rose off her, and the anticipation of what was to come was almost unbearable. I hoped that all I had heard would be true, that it would be better than anything else I had in the past. I just wanted to ravage it, but this was my first… Read More