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The Gay Village, one of the Montréal’s most popular neighbourhoods, is centred on the Beaudry metro station and stretches along Rue Sainte-Catherine East.
I strolled around the neighbourhood and took some pictures of a couple of the murals I saw along the way including the one pictured here.
There are lots of bars and restaurants to be found around the Village and I stopped off at one for lunch. Kilo is a great café, serving up sandwiches, paninis, salads and the most delicious selection of cakes I’ve seen in a while.
I decided to be good and avoided the cakes but I did have a very delicious panini filled with chicken, cheese and avocado. It came with salad and nachos, so actually I probably wouldn’t have been able for a cake after all that food anyway.
Once I’d eaten, I discovered that the weather had improved slightly so I decided to head down to the Quays of the Old Port in Old Montréal.
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