As you know, last week we took a family road trip to Quebec for Thanksgiving. If you’ve ever been in a car with 6 people plus countless luggage for an eight hour drive, you’ll know it’s an effective torture method. Aside from the fact that my body was contorted into many weird positions, the trip was a success. We had a little too much food, but that’s to be expected on a Nguyen get-together. We also got to visit a few nice churches a long the way.
Notre-Dame is the famous basilica located in the heart of Old Montreal. The interior is filled with intricate wood carvings that would rival any European church. The altar is back lit with a deep blue light, creating contrast and drama to the elaborate design. The only drawback is that there is an admission fee of $5 to get in, which makes this feel less like a holy site and more like a tourist stop.
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