|Few buildings are left from Expo|
The track is on îles Sainte-Hélène, an island that has been recycled a number of times. Most of the island is manmade. In the 1960’s the city was digging the tunnels for the metro system and used the dirt to build up the island. This made a great site for the World’s Fair Expo 67. There are a few buildings left from this. In 1976 it was recycled again as rowing venue for the Olympics. The rowing basin is still used for rowing events and triathlons. In 1978 the F1 track was built and now the Casino inside the track attracts a lot of visitors to the island.
|Biosphere designed by Buckminster Fuller|
We finished the run and decided to cool down with a walk through the woods to the Lévis Tower. It looks older but was built in the 1930s.
|Back of the Snow Village|