There we go. Today was the coldest day since it snowed. Omitting to wear a hat and gloves during daylight on the previous days wasn’t a problem. Today, I wasn’t able to resist the cold. If you’ve never been to Montreal, remember that when the sun is shining during winter, it is generally colder than when clouds are around. The nights are all the same, whether it’s cloudy or not. When it’s snowing, sure we all think of traffic and walking in the snow and finding a parking spot, but the scenery is so beautiful.
I use the metro subway system everyday and it’s really a pain during winter. Everyone have their big coats and the temperature is so different from outside, specially during rush hours. If you use the bus and have to wait outside he bus stop, you’re screwed. If you live close to a metro station like I do, I strongly suggest you don’t wear overwhelming clothes, because it is so uncomfortable when the metro is crowded. I’m talking about this because I’ve recently done a research and a presentation on the metro in Montreal and it turned out to be a pretty interesting subject.
Anyways, if you’re looking for diversity, Montreal is a great place to start.

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