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... Hotel Frontenac virtually dominating the skyline. The vibe here is definitely European with the narrow, winding streets, buildings that date back 300 years and more and French being THE dominant language. It`s fascinating to have such a European feel, while still being in North America, but that`s what happens here. We`re staying in an inn more or less in ...
... after we nearly cleaned up hundreds of kids trying to get their pic taken too.To top the day off we went to the lookout at the top of on of the buildings, which gave us great views of the city. It is beautiful. Jenny was hurrying me along as she wanted to get going back to Ottawa but i managed to wind the clock down a little and hang around a bit.We went to say bye to Jennys auntie, got another wicked feed and then headed back to Ottawa for Emmas ...
... so we could get through the night without getting hungry...afterall most of our samples had only been bite sized. We continued to plough through our administrative duties for another hour or so but soon we became restless and decided we needed a walk. We headed back down the road to Rue Saint Jean and revisited our favourite Maple syrups store. I sipped some relaxing maple tea whilst Ro literally inhaled a small portion of maple ice cream... Apparently it's delicious! We considered ...
... it is much more fun climbing the hill on fours. So.. I did it and Im glad I did it. 'Cus I felt like I've connected with the place. Okay this sounds weird. But you get what I mean right.
From my backpacking trip to the Rockies and the Grand Canyon stories my friend told me, I've learnt that- No matter what place you are at, a touristic area or not, there will always be a path that can lead you to somewhere that is even more beautiful, peaceful and less walked.
... the heavy snow made it quite a unique experience. Just up the road is the Parliament Buildings. It was here we were able to take in a very tasty lunch in the cafeteria before going on a free English tour. Quebec's 125 elected representatives have been debating issues and passing legislation since 1886. It was very easy to see the comparisons with Western Australia's parliamentary system as they are both built on the British model. ...