Downtown Montreal building reflection.
During rush hour in Montreal, you're just as likely to see cars as you are to see commuters on bicycles.
The pulpit inside St. Patrick's Basilica. Kind of gives off a steampunk vibe.
Stained glass inside St. Patrick's Basilica. The clovers are a nod to the Irish Catholics that once dominated the Catholic community in Montreal.
One of the gates of Chinatown in Montreal.
Mural in Montreal's Chinatown.
Old lettering on the bricks.
A side gate in Montreal's Chinatown.
How Montreal does bike-sharing. These kiosks were set up within reasonable walking distance from one another. Easy to rent a bike to peddle across the city or down the street.
Wandered by this feat of engineering. The building had been torn down except for this one wall, held up by scaffolding. Workers were still digging in backhoes on the other side.
Side view: Wandered by this feat of engineering. The building had been torn down except for this one wall, held up by scaffolding. Workers were still digging in backhoes on the other side.
Inside the The Cathedral-Basilica of Mary, Queen of the World (or Cathédrale Marie-Reine-du-Monde) in Montreal.
Back view: A $1+ million Bugatti Veyron supercar parked in the street in Montreal.
Front view: A $1+ million Bugatti Veyron supercar parked in the street in Montreal.
The street party on Peel Street for Formula 1 Grand Prix weekend. MINI had a big presence. (No pun intended.)
Street scene: A burger joint called Mr. Steer in between two strip clubs in Montreal.
Walking around, you see lots of evidence that older adjacent buildings had been torn down.
Police presence outside Le Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve was very strong due to student protests throughout the city, as well as targeted threats aimed at the circuit and the race itself.
Montreal Grand Prix 2012
Lewis Hamilton of McLaren Mercedes during the Formula 1 race at Le Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve in Montreal.
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