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A Stroll Around Montréal’s Chinatown
You’ll find Montréal’s Quartier Chinois – Chinatown district wedged into a roughly six block by two block area between the southern part of downtown and Old Montréal.
Last weekend we were down there with a few family members for our traditional spring Dim Sum outing.
Compared to some of the larger Chinese communities in North America such as New York or San Francisco, Montréal’s is not nearly as big.
And it could certainly use some tidying up and maybe a fresh coat of paint.
But it is full of interesting sights, sounds, and flavors.
Which is why I try to explore the area at least a few times a year.
I had forgotten that most of Chinatownn is just small shops and restaurants with plain steel and glass entrances.
So I have to admit I was a bit disappointed by the overall the shortage of interesting doors.
All the same, the afternoon stroll did net me a few nice discoveries.
And some interesting street art as well.
Do you have a favorite neighborhood you like to explore in your home town?
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