Would appreciate feedback on this itinerary for myself, husband and four year old daughter. I put in the vegetarian restaurants I have penciled in for meals out. Many meals will be picnics or takeaway.
Thursday, July 10: Jean-Talon market, bagel stops, Floralies gardens, beach in Parc Jean Drapeau
Friday, July 11: Insectarium, Botanical Gardens, Biodome, dinner at Aux Vivres
Saturday, July 12: Chateau Ramezay, Muru Cafe for crepes, Cirque du Soleil, walk around Old Port, Clock Tower, dinner at The Green Panther
Sunday, July 13: skating at Atrium 1000, Redpath Museum, high tea at Ritz, Tam Tam Jam
Monday, July 14: Montreal Science Center, IMAX, Notre-Dame, Le Petit Navire boat cruise
Tuesday, July 15: ???
Please tell me if anything seems really undoable. I am also looking for help on our Tuesday agenda. I had penciled in Point-a-Calliere and Mont-Royal. But the two are not super easy to get between and I'm wondering if my four year old will like the former anyway. I think that Chateau Ramezay and Stewart Museum may have more period re-enactments to hold her attention. She's very mature for her age and will enjoy museums but just not sure about this one. I wondered about skipping it and focusing the day on Mont-Royal. Pedal boat on Beaver Lake, exploring trails, and the chalet.
We are staying at 4700 Rivard so this would be a better deal for us bus wise (#11) but not sure we can make a whole day out of Mont-Royal. If we skipped going down to Pointe-a-Calliere and wanted to walk around shopping neighborhood instead, can you recommend specific areas of the Plateau or Mile End. Perhaps we should take some time to go out to Bilboquet for ice cream?
Thanks in advance!