We like to do something active in all the places we visit. For this trip, we decided to start off with a bicycle tour and it was the right decision. We did the tasting tour (which included a brief stop for some local cheese and ice cream) that lasted about 3-4 hours. Our group was rather eclectic- a large family with a few kids, several older couples like us. Stephanie led our group and she was very patient and informative. We rode up (down?) the canal bike pathway, then to the (near) top of a hill, winding our way around Montreal. The food stop was quick, but welcomed after a few hours pedaling around Montreal. We kept the bike for the rest of the day for a few extra dollars and went back to several land marks we passed on the tour, including a haul up to Schwartz's. That is a dangerous street to ride on (St. Laurent) with tons of traffic, buses, trucks, and up hill! The ride and the food was worth it, though. I would definitely recommend the tour as a good introduction to Montreal.
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