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... gardens, where beautiful flower and herb arrangements decorated the ancient parliament building. Next was an uphill walk through the narrow, medieval style cobblestone streets lined with shops and restaurants. After a good bit of sightseeing we settled down for a picnic under a tree in the main courtyard of the Chateaux Frontenac -- the beautiful 300 year old castle that sits on the banks of the river overlooking the city. We enjoyed ...
We sleep well here even though we have a smelly toilet to deal with. Woke up at my usual 6am my body is so used to that time it don't matter where I am in the world except if I am very tired or have had a little sleeping pill. Richard he sleeps like a log anywhere and doesn't wake till late or when I wake him with a coffee like I did this morning after doing emails, finishing last bit of yesterdays blog and looking at ...
We arrive in Quebec city in the afternoon and Im in love with the place.I've been transported out of Canada and into some small european town! The weather is hot hot hot and we arrive with plenty of time to begin investigating.
Being the only walled city in Canada the high stone boundary has kept in all the cities charm.
Were staying in a hostel in the centre of the old part of city which is a short walk away from all the sights on offer. We amble along the ...
... After lunch we walked down to a cute park near the waterfront to check out the tree leaves and there was a nice view up at Château Frontenac. We made our way to the Funicular and rode it up to the main town. We walked along Dufferin Terrace and took in the views. From here we walked back into town and had a quick look through Notre-Dame de Quebec Basilica-Cathedral.
Quebec City's skyline is dominated by the massive Château Frontenac ...
... wandered by and joined us for a drink. We wandered around a bit more, stopping to watch street musicians and artists.
Earlier in the day Charlie, Amanda and I had visited the Morrin Centre, an ex-jail that now houses a beautiful library. There, we met a man who referred to himself as 'The Ben' and informed us that if we returned at 5pm, we ...
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