Rue Saint Paul
St. Paul is one of the main thoroughfares that runs through Vieux-Montréal. To the left is Le Marché Bonsecours, a public market built in 1844 that shortly therafter briefly served as a home to Canada's Parliament and later, as Montréal's City Hall. To the right, among the storefronts, one can find various shops as well as an auberge (hostel). If you're there early enough on an autumn morning you can take in a pretty relaxing scene. Photo © copyright by WG Phelan.