New Orleans, LA ~ A few odds and ends around NOLA, Christmas Eve, 2018.
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Montreal, QC ~ We had the pleasure of taking the guided tour, which walks you through Olympic Park’s history and preparations for the 1976 Olympics. In addition to sporting and cultural events, the stadium houses a world class fitness training facility and olympic swimming pools. The Sports Centre boasts the most swim lanes of any facility in Québec, and is open to the public.
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Montreal, QC ~ Olympic Stadium, also known as the Big O, is located in Montreal Olympic Park. Ariel views were taken from the Tower Observatory, the tallest inclined tower in the world. Address: 4141 Pierre-de Coubertin Ave, Montreal, QC H1V 3N7, Canada
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Tuscon, AZ ~ San Xavier is a Spanish Colonial Catholic mission founded by Father Eusebio Kino in 1692. It is the oldest intact European structure in Arizona. The interior is filled with beautiful paintings, murals, and statues. The architectural design throughout is breathtaking!
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