Scandinavian Homes and Montreal

Hello, another snow day with the family so I'm free to surf the web and make my scrapbook pages. Yeah!  We just got back from Montreal and it was such a fun trip, freezing, but fun.  We loved the energy of the city and how kind everyone was there.  It's a great place to bring the family as there are things to do for all ages from ziplines and icy sledding for the tween and teen, to fine wines and delicious dining for yours truly.  We also liked seeing art everywhere - even in the Metro!
bu Frederic Back - at Les Places des Arts Metro in Montreal
This is the first Metro installed piece of art, isn't it amazing? It's called L'Histoire de la musique a Montreal or Les Arts lyriques, 1967, and it's made out of stained glass.

In terms of web surfing, the wonderful blogger of "my Scandinavian Home" has just released a book and I plan to get it when I'm home in Sweden. But in the meantime here's some eye candy that she published here.  Look for my comment and you can also order the book!  I borrowed the beautiful pic to show you. Some home-porn on a snowy day can't be all wrong? ;)
Amelia Widell's house found on My Scandinavian Home
Amelia Widell owns Melimeli if you'd like more inspiration on this wintery day.  Have a good one readers!


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