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Travel Blogs from Quebec City
... due to its close proximity to frontenac. On our voyage we came across a bunch of inner city parks with lookouts over the river to laval. Here we found another toboggan but this one was easily 6 times the size of the one from yesterday. It suggested we were going to reach speeds of 95kmph. I don't think we went that fast but it was still really awesome. A funicular ride down towards the river unearthed a large amount ...
... a lot of the history and function of the citadel in this time. We joined our group of about 10 and our hugely enthusiastic quide in the forecourt. The girl introduced herself, gave us a brief history of the citadel and commenced leading us on our tour. We passed large barracks, a huge concrete parade ground/helipad and many nice gardens. The first port of call was a museum that showed the history of the 22nd battallion of the French speaking Canadian guards who have been based ...
... meat, I ate one week worth of supply.
The guest arrived. We started busying.
First we have to dish out the salad.
We arranged the plates on the silver kitchen table. Luckily they are huge.
Mango, green/red apple, lettuce, carrots, spinach, and some other stuff Salad. Looks very very appetising (crossing finger, hoping that there will be left overs)
Next comes the hard part.
The main dish.
They took orders from the ...
... was proven difficult as we couldn't read the signs and the conditions. Eventually we simply parked behind a row of cars and hoped that it did in fact say that the restrictions were for Monday to Friday.
When I say we got in the Quebec City Walls, I mean this quite literally. The walls were originally built around the city in the 1600s in the first French settlement, and have stayed there since. We explored the walls, and ...
Judy and I are making a concerted
effort to be more healthy, so we started the morning with a Tai Chi lesson in
the Crow’s Nest. The boys on the other
hand began the day with a 3 course breakfast. Hence the title of this entry.
We have no port today so it is
laundry day. Tackled the washers and dryers ourselves more or less
successfully, with only ...