If you don’t bring Lego, women or beer I’m not interested.
I’m sure if she brought Transformers you might also make an exception
My old College had a network of underground tunnels that used to be used to get around in the winter. They were closed up after a few unfortunate events took place in them (sexual assaults ) but still exist. When I was in College, we gained access and went exploring. My favorite was the room under the pool area with a window into the deep end. We freaked out a few people when they noticed us looking into the pool from there:) There is also a large, abandoned, building on campus that used to be a men’s residence. We gained access to that too and had a great time exploring. Among other things we found a pool in the basement, countless graffitti in the dorm rooms, and a huge gymnasium with a suspended running track hanging from the 100 foot high ceiling. So you could be running while others were playing basketball. They’ve filmed movies in this abandoned building, and I hear that although the shool finally shut off our way in for good by burying it in a ton of gravel, current students have still found a way in.
I’ve done some other urban exploration in Montreal and it is great fun, you just need to make sure you are aware of dangers like Radon and leave everything as you found it.
Montreal also has an underground city, but it is known of and can be entered from just about anywhere in the downtown core. In the wintertime it is wonderful to be able to get virtually anywhere without going outside. It really is a whole other city underground.
The French catacombs are well known, and tours are available of them. That is something I would like to do one day, you should definitely look into it while there Renquist!