By Bernard Bujold (LeStudio1.com) –
It seems that the Beach of the Old Port of Montreal (Clock Tower Beach ) does not want to be as popular as the one of Paris…
Despite the free access, it is not crowded under the umbrellas in the Old Port of Montreal! It does not seem to be more attractive with pay and musical events presented on the beach after 17 hours.
This facility however has cost more than $3 million, but it must be said that the absence of the water make the site less inviting as close by there are pools of water where you can rent paddle boats for a few dollars and wet your feet for free (in front of the Bonsecours Market). Finally, the Beach of the Old Port of Montreal is located at the eastern end of the site, an area less frequented by tourists who prefer the central sector of the federal site.
Sad, but it is the public who decides!
This is especially bad for the $ 3 Million…
Photo 1-2: Beach Old Port of Montreal;
Photo 3: Water pool at Bonsecours Market;
See site of the Old Port of Montreal ;
BEACH AT THE OLD PORT OF MONTREAL…