A Suburb called “Saint Eustache”

Last week I went to visit Saint Eustache.  St. Eustache is an off-island suburb of Montreal on the north shore of the Mille-Iles river.  The center of town is the old part where you see beautiful old houses and  buildings which remind you of another era.  Here are some pictures of this charming  little town.

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a lovely old home decorated for Halloween

 

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another older home on the main street

 

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a cute little restaurant on the main street

 

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older row houses with exterior stairs

 

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a tiny little theater in middle of town

 

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the long bridge leading from Laval to Saint Eustache

 

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the street overlooking the river

 

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a nice place to sit near the waterfront
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a little alleyway

24 thoughts on “A Suburb called “Saint Eustache”

  1. Magical. I love maps and it would be great to see a map of Montreal, Also what does off-island mean. I think I can work it out but. I don’t want you to send or post a map but just a web site that would be the best in your opinion.

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    1. Vielen Dank Monika. Gell, diese alten Häuser sind wunderschön, vor allem wenn sie dann noch dekoriert sind. Bin ja gespannt wie die an Weihnachten aussehen. Wirklich ein sehr schöner kleiner Vorort von Montreal. wünsche auch ein schönes Wochenende.

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    2. Ich werde während der Weihnachtszeit noch mehr Bilder von diesem Ort aufnehmen. Wird sicher schön aussehen. Gibt aber noch andere tolle Orte wo ich dann auch gleich mal schauen werde was es da gibt zum fotografieren. Vor allem diese alten Häuser sind so besonders.

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