Acceviil B&B L'Hrutr Douce
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... to walkover to the Musee National des Beaux-Arts du Quebec. Only had 90 minutes to closing time at 5 pm but it wasn't a massive big art gallery so I was able to see all the open galleries in that time. It concentrates on Canadian arists and currently has special features on four modern artists. Some of the art work I quite liked although I did come across the classic blank canvas as modern art (LOL).
By now I was close to ...
... and carriage ride, which was a lovely way to sees areas that I hadn't got to this morning. Old Quebec City is certainly a beautiful and historic place to visit and this afternoon I spent time and explored the parts that I hadn't done by myself. Everyone is so friendly and make you feel very much at home. I am actually becoming not bad at interpreting the signs, that are all in french. Bonjour here and a merci there goes a long way. Head to Montreal tomorrow. ...
... the restaurants, people and buildings before exiting the Saint Louis Gate of the old city. Walked through the park in front of Quebec's oldest parliamentary institutions so many lovely old buildings. Had a group of noisy french school children following us can't seem to get away from kids wherever we go they draw to us like a magnet. Will go to the Citadelle tomorrow and walk part of the fortified wall.
Lovely scenic walk along all ...
I wondered, what the hell would someone do to endanger a small bus load of people, then remembered the Britich 7/7 event. I thought if he was the real deal, he was a dumbshit, broadcasting his activity. He did try to shield his screen from view, but Barb had the cat bird seat. directly behind him. Now I know hat there is nothing wrong with disagreeing with US policy and reading Arabic. But all the little pieces, the agitation, ...
... a track built into the side of the cliff. You had fabulous views of the colourful streets below in Place Royale, and right across the St Lawrence River to the town of Levis on the opposite shore. It only costs $2:25 and took but a couple of minutes. If that seems a bit steep (pardon the pun) then you can use your own two legs to walk down over 100 steps and then down a steep road to river level. Either way, you'll p*********** lot of delightful shops, galleries, ...