Montreal will capture your heart, as it has done for millions of others.
- Kathryn Esplin
- I was born in the United States but moved to Montreal with my family, and spent high school, college and graduate school in Montreal. I've since returned to the U.S., but return to Montreal several times a year. I have a B.A. in English Literature from McGill University and an M.S. in journalism from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. I've been writing about Montreal and Quebec travel for the past six years, based on my years there and on my trips back. I wrote book reviews the Montreal Gazette and I covered arts, music and theatre for The Globe and Mail in Toronto.
No matter how you brew your cup of Joe, there's little argument that coffee ranks high among the world's best-loved hot beverages. Roasted, French pressed or espresso, Montreal. . . .
We are on Rue St. Paul Est in Old Montreal, where sidewalk cafes are as common as Paris. Old Montreal offers exquisite. . .
The Insider's Guide to Prince Arthur
The Insider's Guide to Montreal 1962 to Now
The Insider's Guide to The Main
Coming Later this summer:
The Insider's Guide to Quebec City
The Insider's Guide to Frescoes, Stairs and Architecture