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We had hoped to take a city tour of Old Quebec but found out that we didn’t make reservations in time. Instead, we headed into Old Quebec. Our first challenge was to find a parking space. Old Quebec reminds me a lot like Paris – with very narrow streets in the city center. We drove through Old Quebec and found no good parking. So we searched and found a decent parking
spot just outside the Old Quebec wall. We started our exploration at the wharf. During the walk ...
... on a rail. We haven't used it, electing to walk, but the people that did looked like they enjoyed the ride. We had lunch at a small restaurant & then spent some time in the "Musee De La Place Royale", a museum showing the history of the old city. It was very interesting & included in the $7/person entry fee we also got a guided tour of the surrounding 'Place Royale' by a staff member, dressed up in theme costume & giving his tour in character - Jean-Louis Fornel (one ...
... down convertibles and bachelorette parties in this part of town. Our last day in Quebec we headed to a barbecue festival downtown on the river, where Laura insisted we go to see how the Canadians measure up in terms of BBQ. We were both very pleasantly surprised after ranking the delicious turkey legs we ate as #1 (and we've been to our fair share of medieval festivals). Afterwards we trekked back to the bus station where we bought our tickets ...
... saw us nursing hangovers and trying to stay awake and onfoot before a late train onto Moncton, not the hangover I’m accustomed but one that was made easier by Quebec.
Looking back at Quebec, it seems we did very little but it was somewhere that made that very easy to do in a contented meandering way. Perhaps it was the size and ease with which it’s navigated, perhaps its European feel and age making us feel at home, but Quebec was by far our favourite place so ...
Leg 7--1 Day--150 Miles
Miles to Date--3430
Fuel Stop--Petro Canada--25,36 gallons @ $5.249 per gallon
Google Map Included--A to B 150 miles, arrive at Prevost.
Let me start this post by remembering thing I forgot to include in previous posts:
1) 49% of the people in Toronto do not speak English as their ...