Wednesday, 5 October 2011

(photo text inspired by these, I'm teaching myself photoshop step by step) 

Montreal was wonderful. We spent our time there eating the best food the city had to offer. This included the most melt-in-your-mouth roast beef, tarte au sucre, crepes (so many crepes from La Petite Marche) and delicious poutine from La Banquise recommended to me by Caroline ( she recommended it to us a year ago, but we finally made it this trip!).

Christy: I do wish I had savored it, but I am looking forward to reading Swamplandia. Thank you for the recommendation!
Julie: It's on my list! :)
Lexie, Little Boat: ha! Your comment made me laugh! oh sixth grade, so fraught with drama. Good luck teacher!
caroline: You'll have to let me know what you think of it.
Julie: I agree! It's not an easy balance to nail.
Alaina: I didn't realize Swamplandia was her first novel! Interesting. I hope you let me know what you think of St. Lucy's Home for Girls...
Nomadic D.: Thanks for your nail polish inspiration!


Julie said...

Ooh, lovely photos!! I'm glad you had such a great time.

Cara said...

Photoshop is fun... when you have it on a computer that works all the time (just a couple days and we're buying a new one! Yay!).

Sounds like a delicious trip!

Michelle said...

I like your photos. Glad to hear that you had a wonderful time in Montreal. I've always wanted to go back there. Hopefully I will make it back there next summer.

Needles and Wool said...

you are making my mouth water! I used to live in Montreal and I return every summer with my family and we indulge in these delicious foods too! gotta try out that poutine you are talking about. I usually only go to La Belle Province. (which is good too ) :)

jacquelyn | lark + linen said...

i too just returned from Montreal! what a lovely place

Loving your blog

Sweet Harvest Moon said...

Montreal stole my heart! Love that city! I can't wait to go back...

Pretty pictures!

Kate said...

love that you're teaching yourself photoshop! tip: save 'em as jpgs rather than gifs and they won't have that odd digitally grain! (when you save for web there's an option to pick jpg instead of gif). Sorry, I hate unsolicited advice on my own blog like the plague but couldn't help sharing a tip:)

The only time I went to Montreal my apartment was robbed in Brooklyn so I have the worst connotations with it, but I really want to go back and make new memories! ha. It seemed so lovely.

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