Bonjour mes amies! I guess my signature greeting really does fit this time! Over Martin Luther King day weekend I was able to go to Montréal with my family. “Canada in January?!?” you may ask. Yup, we may be a bit crazy, but Montréal was wonderful. It snowed which made everything look like a magical winter wonderland.
This was my first time in Canada🇨🇦 and I was very impressed with the city, the food, and the kind people. Montréal’s food literally blew me away. I did not expect so much vegetarian food, and I’m not even kidding when I say every meal I got looked like a piece of art. I know that these photos are not real Polaroids, but I edited them like a polaroid with writing on it for the aesthetic (I couldn’t use my real polaroid in the snow). I hope you enjoy this little travel diary!
We started out our first full day in Montréal at a cute restaurant called LOV. It was so delicious and I had my first Matcha Latte. So yummy!
After exploring the streets, shopping, and eating we made our way to McGill University.
While it snowed, we explored the McGill campus, and when it got too cold, we went inside some of the buildings. The picture below was taken in a study room at the Islamic Studies Library. After going back to our Airbnb, my mom and I watched Stranger Things aka the perfect end to a perfect day.
The next day we went to Old Montreal. The town was cute, and I can imagine it is very lively in the summer. We ate the most delicious breakfast I’ve ever had (I’m talking warm, flaky croissants and sweet crepes). I swear the food here is so delicious!
After eating we walked to the Ferris wheel and took a ride inside a heated gondola. The picture below was taken from the ferris wheel overlooking the ice skating rink.
Song Of The Trip: All The Stars (Kendrick Lamar and SZA)
Outfit Of The Trip: Black jeans, gray chenille sweater, black boots, light pink and gray knit socks
Thank you for reading this travel diary post! I hope you had a little taste of Montréal and will take a trip here some day.
P.S. I reached 100+ followers! I feel so honored to have 100+ people from around the world who have enjoyed my blog enough to follow. I know that this is only a small amount to some, but when I first started this blog, only a few months ago, I never thought that I would be reaching this goal. My gratitude is through the roof for you guys. I blog to express myself, to spread a kind message, and to meet lovely people like yourself and I am extremely happy to hit this milestone.