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TripAdvisor Reviews A l'Augustine Quebec City
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... a short drive out of town. It is a waterfall that is about 30m higher than that of Niagara so it is quite special. Even more so in winter where nearly the entire waterfall freezes over. We walked along river at the base, downstream of the falls and took some photos of the frozen falls. From here we saw people walking along a bridge on ...
... the Canadian treaty was signed in the 1800's. The museum housed historical artifacts from the battalions many historic deployments as well as from the fort itself. All this was held in what was originally the gun powder storage bunker. The gun powder was used to fire the many canons that lined the walls of the fort facing the town and out across the St Lawrence river. One of these canons was our next stop on the North Eastern ramparts. This huge canon weighed 5 tonnes, needed ...
... religious city - and province. You couldn't walk ten paces in old Quebec without bumping into a church, or a religious order's motherhouse.
There's a lovely boardwalk in Quebec City next to the St. Lawrence River.
And we had a great time at the QB Fort - which, as the guide explained, was paid for by the British but built by the French. That'll never happen again!
... really set in and we had not brought our rain jackets or umbrella. So hopping between doorways and under overpasses together with similarly unprepared tourists we wove our way back to a café right by our hotel. Called ‘The Chic Shack’ it served a delicious array of burgers, poutine (a very common Canadian dish of Potato/fries, cheese curds and a topping or gravy), unusual milkshakes and ice cream sandwiches. Feeling adventurous Eleanor had a Maple Salted Caramel ...
The next few hours were spent bouncing around from shady side street to shady side street. Shady in the "free from sun" sense, not the "want to see the inside of my trenchcoat" sense.
Which was great, because once you get off the main streets, you get away from the gift shops etc and actually see some of the people who live there, live their lives. In addition to that, I came out ...