Victoriously marching around the planet, the year of the eastern monkey, decided to look into a small town with the unpretentious name Granby, which was leisurely located in the southern spurs of Quebec. The city-forming enterprise of this small (only 70K inhabitants) village is the zoo, one of the largest in Canada. The animals that have fled here, almost from all corners of the world, feel safe and calm. Well, it’s straight, almost like runaway fuses from those corners …
We, walking along the shady alleys of the park, became interested in aviaries with our closest (by evolution, and not by the registry office) relatives – primates. The Afrika Pavilion is essentially an invasion of the rainforest and the African savannah at the same time. Without a doubt, it is one of the main exciting motives for a visit to the Granby Zoo. 3 here we are all curious visitors, we suddenly feel that we left North America on another continent! In the very center, about ten species of the most beloved African animals await you. Continue reading
Stereo nightclub is a great option to spend your time after a working day in Montreal. This club is one of the most popular house music clubs on the planet.
The club prides itself on its powerful sound system, which was created by Scott Lancaster and DJ David Morales. At this club, Tom Stefan, Roger Sanchez, Joesky and other famous “gurus” of dance music performed at different times at the DJ consoles. Also in the club was a video clip of Canadian artist Mark Misterio “Let Loose”, which shots the owner of the club Scott Lancaster.
In the history of the club there are tragic pages testifying to the fire that completely destroyed it. For the restoration of the institution was spent $ 500,000. After the repair, the club took on a new motto, “Ecology Above All,” meaning that the club prepares food and drinks in clean, filtered water. Continue reading
Montmorency Falls is located 8.5 km northeast of the city of Quebec in the province of Quebec (Canada). It is formed by the Montmorency River (101 km long), which flows into the St. Lawrence River downstream of Quebec. It is near the mouth that a powerful stream of water flows down. Its height is 84 meters and its width is 46 meters. This natural formation is the highest in the province. At its base is a small lake with a depth of 17 meters.
The name was given to the waterfall in 1613 by the French navigator and cartographer Samuel de Champlain (1574-1635). He named the majestic waters in honor of the prominent French commander of the Duke Henry II de Montmorency. The name has taken root and has survived to this day. Continue reading