Auberge Douceurs Belges
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... end of the Napoleonic Wars that plagued Europe was one of the factors leading to change - to a redirection of effort to more creative endeavors and to the necessity of dealing with enormous debts accumulated by European nations, to the impact of this debt on the European economy; and by both the new freedom to move and the motivation to seek out opportunities in the New World.
... Since then, other miracles have been attributed to St. Anne's intercession. The shrine has relics of Saint Anne.
The Montmorency Falls are taller than Niagra Falls (although not as wide!) The frozen water in the winter creates a beautiful 'pain de sucre' (sugarloaf) formation we were able to observe from the suspension bridge.
We were guests at a cabane à sucre on the Île d'Orléans for supper. We ate ...
... Liners go under it) to Ile d'Orleans. Just to the left of the bridge is Chute Montmorency the falls are over 83m tall and looks magnificant but with us it just looks like another
waterfall we have seen before crossing Canada.
First stop over the bridge was the Information Centre the lady was helpful just drive around the island look for the numbers on the map (I already had the tour book which I got ...
Another roasting day outside and I wake early to the sound of the street below coming awake outside our hostel. Its early so the other girls are still asleep, I think better of trying to climb off my bunk quietly, bull in a china shop comes to mind.
Once we are all awake I get up, ready and leave the group at the hostel for a rare solitary moment and get breakfast at a small cafe.
Trying my hardest to speak French, the lady ...
... going to have to be very patient. Mike normally takes a few thousand pictures - so the skies the limit now!
After a super busy morning at work Jeff took us to the airport and we caught our flight to Quebec City via Toronto. As per usual AirCanada fashion we were about an hour later than expected by the time we actually got our luggage and hopped in a cab.
Now we're at Le Port Royale - oh my what ...