Montréal ~ It truly is Europe without having to deal with jet lag. I absolutely live for cobblestone streets, corners filled with cafes, and bustling restaurants. All of which you can find in Montréal. No trip to Montréal would be complete without a visit to L’Oratoire Saint-Joseph du Mont-Royal. It’s an absolutely gorgeous Church (and Canada’s biggest, too!) and the view of the city from up top is stunning. We also spent some time in the Old Port, which is where you can find many of those cafes, restaurants, and cobblestone streets. It’s a good place to travel with kids, as there are lots of green spaces, and places to walk/run around and explore. We also were visiting family so we had a good village/team of helpers this round and it felt amazing 😉 On the last day we took an hour and a half drive up to Mont-Tremblant. The buildings in the village are so colorful and you can find a photo op and every corner. It’s a magical little place and worth the drive if you can squeeze it in!