If you're the type to delight in the ways of the past and can appreciate the subtleties of antiques and beautiful decor, visit the Chateau Dufresne in Montreal, Quebec. It's seated on top of a hill right across from the Stade Olympique and catches your eye the moment you walk up to it. The facade of the building just screams power, dignity, and class. When you walk in, a cute Quebecois girl greets you and you pass by old photographs of the chateau's previous owners. It was built by two brothers who lived on either end of the building and filled each side with their own personal tastes. The East end is dark, with stained glass windows and long, spiral staircases. The walls are covered with rich cedar and pressed velvet. Large copper sculptures of Greek gods seem almost to prance about the room. The West end of the building is lighter and happier, with teals and pastels in the draperies and furniture. You can really get a sense of the personalities of the two men, which is what makes this museum so much fun.