Returning from the Lachine Canal, we found the bike path out along the Pont de la Concorde to Ile Saint Helene and Ile Notre Dame. These two islands figured prominently in the 1967 Expo and 1976 Olympic Games. It seemed like a great opportunity to explore. Most of these images were made either on Ile Notre Dame or along the trip to or from it.
The bridge shown here connects the two islands.
While we had no problem finding the Grand Prix race track, we could not find the cycling trail. It turned out that we were to ride along the race track.
After a few kilometers on the race track, we were back on traditional bike trails. There are a part of la Route Verte (the green road) a series of cycling trails in Quebec.
Casino d’ Montreal, which was the French Pavilion for Expo 67.
Habitat 67 is a prototypical housing complex built as part of the 1967 Expo. These units are individual concrete structures stacked like building blocks.
Back in the Vieux Port (old port). This Bateaux-Mouche is similar to those sailed along the Seine in Paris.