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... so we spent that time chatting.
After settling in I decided to go to the Citadel area and visit the Plains of Abraham exhibition. This area was the scene for a battle in 1759 between the French and British who wanted to re-take Quebec again. The exhibition also explains the history of how Quebec has resisted change from the French way of doing things and this has lasted right up to present day. I was assuming everyone could ...
... name was a passionate and excellent guide. For 2 hours he explained the Battle of Abraham, when the english won over the french and very interestingly explained how Quebec was populated. We all left the tour knowing a lot more about Quebec. Weather is a lot colder than we have become accustomed, very windy and it definitely had a chill to it so out came the scarves and beanies, although with all the walking did get rather warm. We stopped at La Petit Cochon ...
... Diamond. Rich merchants set up shop in this public square. When the English took over the merchants, ship owners and shipbuilders transformed it into a trade hub. It slowly fell into decline but now with tourists the old city has been transformed into shops selling all sorts of goods, restaurants and places to stay.
The tour ending in a little street of french style building where the locals sell their merchandise and it is expensive. Claude ...
... behind him and had a great view if the laptop. She was concerned and she motioned excitedly to me to go to the back of the bus near the men's room.I look at the guy again and he looked a bit agitated, looking up over the seat at the road, looking at his cell text page.
I had great difficulty clamboring over my bags to get to the aisle and went to the rear of the bus. I t took me awhile. She came back and said she had watched as ...
... entrance at the time into the fort was through the original gate, which is too small for a fire engine to fit through! They learnt their lesson from this and subsequently built one that allows for this, although in the interests of it remaining an impenetrable fort our guide told us its location was a secret! They have a changing of the guard ceremony here each day during the warmer months, in the tradition of the British guard, of course the commands are all shouted in French. ...