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... and continued all day. We met Melli and spent the rest of the day exploring the old walled city in the snow. The old city is very picturesque and every where you looked there were more picture postcard scenes and buildings. Not many tourists were out and about due to the snow but we had a great time. We stopped in a small cafe on Rue du Petit Champlin to warm up and have a coffee and were persuaded by the waitress to try a piece of a favourite Quebec treat ...
... Iroquois Indians sided with the British. In 1867 Quebec became officially part of Canada. Quebec City is a world heritage city as it is the only city with fortresses still intact. There are 3 gates guarding the city...St. Jean, St Louis, and Kent The island is just beautiful! Most of it is agricultural...the major supply of fruit, vegetables, wine, etc to Quebec City. There is also an area that has been a fishing area since the ...
... already been a long day! The twins and I slept like logs for nearly an hour before I went for a walk with Diane and Valerie and then we went shopping with the twins to buy some wool so they can knit their boyfriends scarves haha! Had tea and then went to an ice cream place called 'Chocolat Favouri' where I had the best ice cream possibly ever... Creme molle maple syrup falvour, dipped in fondant chocolate... I'm dribbling just ...
... band Mel and I discovered in Montréal) who were playing, then passed by Tutto Gelato to see Marie and have a final pistachio ice cream before finally making it back to the apartment. Felt like I had returned home! Had a quick siesta and packed by bag ready to go. Then all six of us set off for the final night of the festival and saw no other than Stevie Wonder!! Music was great, he gives a lot of speeches too! ...
... for walking around was pretty much over. I limped back to the funicular and we headed back to the bike.
We drove to Ile d'orleans which is an island in the St Lawrence where there are lots of wineries and farms. We bought asparagus at one (so that Bob could use their restroom) and then toured around. On the way back we came past the Montmorency waterfalls which the say are higher than Niagara Falls. We got caught in a ...