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... Quartier Petit Champlain, the river & mountains in the distance. @ the end continue onto
3. Promenade des Gouverneurs: there is 310 stairs along this path that is on the sheer cliff wall of the military Citadelle. Once at the end it's time to head back to continue along the tour.
4. Parc des Gouverneurs: this is opposite where my hotel is. I didn't take a photo of the monument here.
5. Maison Kent: built in 1648, this might be Quebec's oldest ...
... night in Levis couchsurfing before my race I think. Want to go to Tadoussac - recommended by Mel - and can get there next Tuesday with the lady that took her, but she's not sure when she's coming back and it's expensive to get the bus. Considering borrowing one of the girls' bikes tomorrow and cycling to Montmorency fall if the weather is nice. Had a little sleep then chatted with the girls a bit more, where I discovered I'm actually in ...
... large shower area glassed off on one end. The bed feels really nice, a thick mattress on a platform with lovely linens.
My back however, is a problem tonight and I was really starting to hurt. I think Karine could tell and excused herself. I spent some time on the heater. I hope it’s just a temporary thing because it was feeling a bit better earlier and I thought the walking around was helping as well. I’m feeling ...
... the following places:
Casse Crêpe Breton,1136 Rue St.John for delicious savoury and sweet crepes, and our personal favourite, a Café Maison, which is a generous bowl of coffee, hot chocolate and ice-cream all blended into one...perfect for those cold snowy days.
Bistro l'Accent, 810 avenue Honoré-Mercier for a hearty Baltic Rosti or a Cowboy Brunch.
Or finally L'Oncle Antoine, 29 Rue Saint Pierre for body warming hot wine in an ...
... experience compared to the likes of Vancouver for example. The one thing I do suggest if you not only come to Quebec City or even the Province of Quebec, is to practice a little French. People do speak English but if you can speak a little French or even read French you’ll fit in perfectly.
Next stop Toronto, then off to Niagara Falls. It’s going to be a good next few days.
Until then stay safe and happy ...
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