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... for the day. What an offer!!
We’d arranged to meet him in the terminal building at 8am so we had a nice early breakfast delivered to our room and headed off to meet him. We found each other immediately at the top of the escalator and it was so good to see him again – it’s almost exactly 3 years since he moved back to Canada.
It was another beautiful sunny day and so we piled into his car and set off on our adventure. What a day we ...
... village perched upon the shore. But it wasn't until 1608 that Samuel de Champlain established the first French settlement and called it Kebec, an Algonquin word meaning "where the river narrows" Today Quebec City's beautifully preserved Old Quebec is alive with history and recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Sight. Once the site of Samuel de Champlain's first settlement, Old Town is the only city in ...
... Nova Scotia. I jumped at the opportunity to go ashore and stretch my legs. Hugging the coastline I worked up a sweat walking along the village neighborhoods enjoying the sounds of a season very late in arrival. Flowers were blooming in every direction and the local children were all outside soaking up the sun and warmth. Several of the townspeople who stopped by to check out the boat mentioned that their season is very tardy this year and having quite an impact on ...
... day for him... NS asked him to reservist on Valentines Day :( I am okay actually because when I am with V, everyday is already Valentines Day. But I am still expecting my wild flowers bouquet.. Better go find and pluck some from your forest! ;P
I ate lunch (tuna and black bean sandwich) and an energy bar.
Dear on diet I will do the same.
Went to the bus stop... Bus 81 came promptly
I was ...
... ice cream place. A short walk up into town and our ice cream place was upon us. We walked inside and found that the soft serve ice cream, made with real cream rather than a powder or mix, was then dipped into your choice of a dozen different chocolate fondue's. Heaven. I haven't had dessert since we've been here, but seeing these chocolate dips I decided to get my own baby cone and selected the chocolat noir; others in the group selected the hazelnut chocolate one (like ...