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Woke up at 9:30am, our latest yet, after the long day yesterday travelling up to Quebec, even though the boys slept for a couple of hours in the car on the way up. A traditional French bakery for breakfast, beautiful bread and pastries as you'd expect. We decided to drive up to Chute Montmorency, a huge waterfall 15mins out of town that you can walk over on a suspension bridge. Was amazing - the river ...
... and went in search of dinner. Samuel wanted a 'restaurant dinner' so I found something mildly appropriate, as in they wouldn't mind children. We had crepes and they were delicious. Except the children didn't seem to agree. I bought one crepe with cheese, ham and mushrooms which had to be eaten before we could eat the strawberry and chocolate crepe. They enjoyed the strawberries, but that was pretty much it. So I ate much more than I planned. I wasn't ...
This was a very good day that saw us ride our bikes 8 kms to the ferry, walk for hours around Old Quebec City and surrounding areas and then bike 12 kms home, uphill (we got lost coming home).
- The weather was perfect for a day of exploring, 26 degrees, little humidity and a nice breeze.
- We had a wonderful bike ride 8 kms to the ferry and realized half way there that we were going downhill all the way! The bike path is 2 lanes paved and has washrooms and rest areas all along it as ...
Another hot run today... Am going to need a shower like never before after the race next Sunday I think! Had a leisurely breakfast with Guillaume who cooked his first porridge - I explained how it's best eaten camping, or on a Sunday at grandad's! Walked to the indoor swimming pool with Guillaume to find it didn't open for another hour... Forgot it's Saturday! Used the time to go to the auberge to ...
... I ate every bit of my delicious poutine.
Charlie and I, separated from the group, stumbled upon a glassware shop where you could watch live glass blowing, and then settled down at a cafe in a beautiful courtyard opposite the cathedral. We made bets on how long it would be before we spotted another member of our group and, sure enough, ...