A shifting sand island 180 miles off Canada’s east coast is home to some mysterious horses—and little else.
From John Lennon to Leonard Cohen to Arcade Fire, rock and pop music as we know it wouldn’t exist without Montreal, Quebec.
Montreal is a city of old beauty, charm, and multi-cultural influences—not just French and Anglo, but Italian, Indian, Portuguese, Jewish, and Vietnamese (just to name a few).
As winter starts to settle in, we’re sharing international versions of our favorite comfort food.
For those who’ve cruised the Med and have sailed the Caribbean too many times to count, prepare for something different: a circumnavigation voyage.
I am a big fan of convenience stores, and the ones I found in Montreal didn’t disappoint.
I don’t mean to order you around, but these murals are pretty neat and you should probably look at them.
Find yourself in Montreal. Actually, find me. Can somebody tell me where I am? I’m lost.
When I heard there’d be gigantic marionette robots walking through Montreal for its 375th birthday party, I was like, great, sounds like what I was born to do. I had no idea of the emotional roller coaster ride I was in for.
It’s cosmopolitan, affordable, and basically the exact opposite of Fyre Festival.