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This morning was free time so we commenced our walk on the Governors Promenade then I took the higher option to view the Plains of Abraham . Quebec, (Bataille des Plaines d'Abraham or Première bataille de Québec in French) was a pivotal battle in the Seven Years' War (referred to as the French and Indian War in the United States). The battle, which began on 13 September 1759, was fought between the British Army and Navy, and the French Army, on a ...
... and hall had used a blue grey type of stone in its construction. The church was rectangular in shape with a moderate sized tower and several spires adorning the front facade. The church contained large arched windows similiar to those seen in the convent, and had also incorporated this design into the front entrance which was elevated from street level and accessed by large staircases on either side. With very little information available to us on the brochure including the significance ...
... the breathtaking scenery to the fullest.
9. My cooking experience
Knowing how to cook decent meals is an essential skill in a country where everything is too expensive.
10. My hiking shoes
Prevented me from getting sprains for countless number of times.
11. My french
Though not good but it helped me understand the place better and to live in it.
12. My growing ability to ...
... including one I'd absolutely fallen in love with, called Pot en Ceil, which is a kitchenware store with the most gorgeous red doors and window frames. It heads the busiest touristy street in Quebec. I'd been down here the other day and managed to take a few shots with no tourists in them at all, which was quite a feat, let me tell you. There were quite a few less of us around with the rain, so I took advantage of that. By now I'd walked for miles, and after trekking yet again ...
... and small one way streets, flowers hanging out of windows, vines climbing up walls, flower pots hanging off roofs, everything was pretty. It was in this French city that we spent Saturday exploring inside the city walls amidst hundreds and thousands of people in sweltering humidity.
Eventually we made it into Quebec City just before noon, after some mistakes along the drive, and a long and confusing search for ...