Starting from the Bassins Peel, I walked in the Cité du Havre neighbourhood, passing by the brutalist Habitat 67, until I reached the Parc de la Cité du Havre (recently renamed Parc de Dieppe), at the tip of the peninsula. There was a great view on the Old Port, Pont Jacques Cartier and Parc Jean Drapeau from the park. I then crossed the Saint-Lawrence river on Pont de la Concorde until Ile Notre-Dame. At that point, it was getting dark so I walked to Ile Saint-Hélène and Parc Jean Drapeau to take the subway back to the city. I stopped at the Biosphère on the way.
Above, Bassins Peel.
Above, silo near the Bassins.
Above, in Cité du Havre.
Above, Habitat 67, built for the Expo.
Above, Old Port.
Above, in Parc de Dieppe, passing under the Pont de la Concorde.
Above, Biosphère and Tour Levis in Parc Jean Drapeau.
Above, view of Tour de l’Horloge and Pont Jacques Cartier from the tip of the peninsula.
Above, on Pont de la Concorde.
Above, Parc de Dieppe from the bridge.
Above, Saint-Lawrence river.
Above, on Ile Saint-Hélène.
Above, Ile Notre-Dame.
Above, on the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, a F1 racing circuit.
Above, crossing the footbridge from Ile Notre-Dame to Ile Sainte-Hélène.
Above, the footbridge (Passerelle du Cosmos).
Above, Montreal Biosphere. It was the pavilion of the United States for Expo 67. The dome was designed by Buckminster Fuller.