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... take you to. The top of the falls and an incredible job has been done constructing the visitor centre. From there we came back into the city hearing about the expansion and historical development of the outer suburbs, we revisited the Sugar Shack and it was great to see it in its full Autumn daylight glory and have some more ...
... bus. We went back to the old city and walked around for hours. We also took a ferry across to the other side of the Saint Laurent River to view the city from there. We returned back to the city side and then walked up to the top, electing not taking the "funicular" & had drinks in the Fairmont hotel Frontenac. We have found the ultimate Fairmont hotel in the "Frontenac". It is a gorgeous Castle on top of the hill within the old walled city.... We finished the day by walking up to ...
... tour through the streets and alleyways of Quebec City. Margarita is from Chile, married to a Pole but has lived in Quebec City for more than 30 years and is passionate about the city and its history. Her husband is a musician and Margarita herself is an opera singer, with lungs and personality to match! It's Margarita who explains to us that the name of the city is correctly pronounced "Kbec" which is an Algonquian ...
... gardens, where beautiful flower and herb arrangements decorated the ancient parliament building. Next was an uphill walk through the narrow, medieval style cobblestone streets lined with shops and restaurants. After a good bit of sightseeing we settled down for a picnic under a tree in the main courtyard of the Chateaux Frontenac -- the beautiful 300 year old castle that sits on the banks of the river overlooking the city. We enjoyed ...
... but also, we were relieved to find, had a good idea of what was going on – mentioned bus routes, breakfast hours and had no dogs or visions for a community.
After checking in we took a brief stroll to the sea front market which was pretty bear, a salad and frites sufficed before we realised we had been up since 4am. A quick retreat back to Maeva where we watched a couple of terrible films to recouperate.
The next morning we were ready to give Quebec our ...