St-Laurent, St-Denis, Plateau and Marché Jean-Talon

Work is more academic here, but the hours are consistent. I’m in and out at the same hours everyday (a big change from my last 2-months in Ontario). That being said, re-living in Montreal has it’s advantages that finally I can profit from: walking around and actually seeing my home town.

Lately, I’ve been going out on St-Laurent and St-Denis, but also having the random brunch in the Plateau on Mont-Royal and doing groceries farther north in the Jean-Talon area. Heard good things about the place, so figured ‘why not’! I realized in Toronto what I look for in a place these days, and that’s comfort and location. The place in Montreal could be decorated a little nicer, but 2-floors is ample space, with a large lawn and garden in front that brings that homely feel – while still being central for location; I can walk to my gym or to the clubs/lounges at night.

Stay tuned, and I might even bring out the camera in this big city 😉

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