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How To Travel From Home: Quarantine Edition

Nothing can ever replace the experience of traveling somewhere new and exciting in person. But exceptional circumstances—be they logistics-related or in light of current global travel restrictions—call for some travel creativity.


While you can’t jump on a plane to explore a new foreign city, nothing should stop you from discovering all its culture, even if it has to be from home.

The list below details the best Montreal has to offer in the cultural department to make you eat, drink, and think as if you where somewhere else.


DRINK:  Henri Bardouin Pastis

If you find yourself in the south of France, especially in the summer, the apéro (as the aperitif is fondly referred) will likely be rosé or pastis. Henri Bardouin Pastis is rich, complex, and aromatic, being a blend of 65 different herbs and spices, many of which are secret.

EAT:  La Boîte du Chef by Jérôme Ferrer

One of Montreal’S most acclaimed French restaurant offers La Boîte du Chef, which is a ready-to-eat meal delivery service developed by chef Jérôme Ferrer. There is no subscription required and the cost varies depending on the box chosen and the number of servings.

 DO:  Listen to Les Bruits de Paris playlist by My Little Paris, or admire Montmartre scenery from Basilique du Sacré-Coeur thanks to their website or take a virtual tour of the Musée D’Orsay.

Read the full article on Dress To Kill Magazine

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