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... the very scenic ride. Once at the top we were greater by the beautiful Montmorency house. then around from the house was the beginning of the walk to the Falls and suspended bridge! Now I mentioned previously that I'm not a fan of insects. Well another dislike of mine is being up high. I really do not cope well. And now I was faced with the prospect of walking over a suspended bridge that shook with the wind and as the stupid school kids jumped up and down to purposefully shake it. I ...
OMG I have just met the most excitable French person ever! In our car share was me, Sam the driver and this girl called Melissa! You know when you say something to a baby which makes them laugh and they bounce up and own on their bums giggling well this was Melissa! So sweet but so excitable, when I told her we were from Brighton, she phoned her sister to tell her! Her enthusiasm for life tired me out so much I fell asleep and woke up in Quebec City! We found ...
... and ate breakfast with Marie who lent me a backpack for the things I'm taking to Lévis for the night. Felt a bot sad leaving the apartment, even though iI'm going back tomorrow!! Walked to the port and now on the ferry crossing the river. Gorgeous day, Québec is looking beautiful! En route to the cinema, found the start/finish for the race tomorrow... Nerves! Also found a little florist where I bought something ...
Before going in a trip, it's important to have challenges. For me, always talk in English is a big one, but I want to have more than this as challenge.
That’s why I found nine objectives that I have to do during it. Some are easy, some aren’t, but it’s just for pleasure. I will do my best to ...
... for the show at 12:45 so I took "the student trail" through to the convent school. The convent school has 4 classrooms on the bottom floor and a church and quarters for the nuns upstairs. There was a "nun" who even sat down at the piano to play a few tunes. I walked along Rue St-Georges and had a look through the workers' house, once home to two working families. Then on to look at the post office. The painted renovated houses are actually accommodation and you can ...
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