12 Things To Do At Home In Montreal This Weekend
You can have still have fun while cooped up in your apartment.
- It can be hard to think of new and exciting , so we've helped make your life a little easier with a list of ideas!
- From watching Cirque du Soleil online to having a DIY spa day with local Quebec products, there's no chance you'll be bored once Friday rolls around.
- See our list of ideas for things to do inside this weekend below.
Another weekend is around the corner, and although we all wish we could be outside enjoying the greatness of our city, we must remember that staying inside means we're sticking together while staying apart. Luckily for you, MTL Blog is always thinking of ways for you to stay occupied, and this weekend is no different — even if you need to stay inside. So, we've made a list of.
There are so many ways of keeping busy that are not Netflix, cleaning, and reading your troubles away — although those are all fair options. During this indoor weekend that you're about to have, you can stuff your face with delivery, take a virtual tour of iconic museums and even party to the sounds of your favourite local DJs, which all sound pretty great to me.
Don't let this time alone be a bad thing. Instead, look at all the positives that will come out of it. Your home will be clean, you will be relaxed, and best of all, you will be able to connect with yourself in ways you never knew possible.
Remember Montreal, we are all in this together. Stay strong, stay hopeful, and stay the strong and fierce city that we all know and love.
Brush Up On Your French
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Order An Italian Feast
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Take A Live Dance Class
Order Mediterranean Dishes To Your House
Enjoy A Spa Day At Home
Take A Virtual Museum Tour
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Have A Virtual Pho Date
Check Out A Cirque Du Soleil Show Online
Check Out A Virtual Night Club
Order Junk Food
Dance The Night Away With Some Local DJs
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I hope you make the most of your weekend at home, my fellow Montrealers!