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Montreal is in the province of Quebec. This is tricky, though, because there is also a town in Quebec called... you guessed it, Quebec. People generally distinguish the city from the province by calling it Quebec City.
We were off to visit Quebec City on Sunday by bus. We shuffled downstairs to meet Dr. S. at 8:15 in the morning to catch our 9:00 am bus. A very long 3 and a half hours later, we were in a taxi on our way to the hotel. ...
... the river narrows here'. An early French explorer converted this to the present name.
Back on board for our final evening meal and time to reflect on the experience of our first real cruise. A bit to our surprise, we really enjoyed it – perhaps more than we’d expected. Although it would be hard not to enjoy the Crystal Serenity, essentially a floating 5-star hotel with 1700 crew on hand to take ...
Scott and I started our scouting trip in Canada by taking a boat ride into the St. Lawrence River east of Quebec City to Grosse Īle. Canada memorialized the immigration center that was active here for just over 100 years during the height of European immigration through most of the 19th century, and into the 1930s.
We spent about five hours on the islands walking through remaining ...
Fun had been promised. Lots of it. Warning of cold weather had also been issued, but I know full well that nothing can prepare them for the scything wind that blows through Quebec City during Carnaval time in February.
As we walk towards the infamous Plains of Abraham Battlegrounds, the very historical site where Canada`s fate had been decided all those years ago, we witness something altogether foreign for us mild-weathered west coast rain forest dwellers: skaters ...
What a beautiful city, I spent the day wandering around the older parts of Quebec City. When I first walked off the boat I wasn't sure where I was going, I hadn't ready my map, I just started walking. After a few blocks of not really anything I decided to stop and make a plan for my day. The plan required a change of direction so I could get to the other side of the wall. After finding my way up and over the wall, ...