Montreal Old Town is a pleasure to visit at anytime of the year. But I have to admit that in the cold it can be a bit of a challenge, like anywhere.
And the last time I was in Montreal in the winter it wasn’t just cold, it was COLD!
There’s point where the Celsius and Fahrenheit temperature scales cross. A value where you don’t need to specify which scale you’re using. You can just say the temperature and it’s the same on either scale.
The last time I was in Montreal in the winter, we reached that crossover point.
Minus 42 degrees!
Unsurprisingly, you can’t spend too much time walking around outside in temperatures like that. But with quite a few cafe breaks, we still managed a pretty good wander…
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Jaspa’s Journey: Award-Winning Travel Adventures for Kids 8 – 80!This week’s post was inspired by the themes Cold from Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge, Walk from Ragtag Daily Prompt and Jo’s Monday Walk, of course.