Seems like a nice town, our hotel was lovely, people were open and friendly, and the sun was out...but oy vey! so much construction going on right now and potholes bigger than Illinois.
Our lovable friendly breakfaster server.
The park was filled with strollers, nappers, happy children enjoying a wonderful pleasant and sunny afternoon after a particularly hard, long winter.
this was a bakery/patissiere right out of Paris, in the Mile End district. Lots and lots of French in this neighborhood.
Another quirky bookstores. Strong in graphics and comics. I found some Little Lulu and Nancy and Sluggo, kids I grew up with!
Another park that felt like Paris.
As this picture was taken, those shoes were my only ones, having left my bag o' TOMS at the last hotel. Along with my make-up case. Long story, don't ask. Generally, you know, I am much more of a beauty, but, although I bought a limited supply to get me through, my magic was in a bag in Burlington. Which I got back, woo hoo.
Serenading in French, of course.
The streets were busy and active whatever neighborhood we visited. Fun to see lively cities.