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The St Roch area is a mixed pot. From the start of our walk there are fancy furniture stores and little cafes. As you move down the street, things get a little more ghetto (but it doesn’t feel unsafe). The shops get a little grungier and the food places look like the kind of places you will be in search of after a big night – greasy poutine anyone?
We get a bargain for dinner at the Le Bureau de Post (the old post office ...
... spite of a chilly and breezy morning, the sun made a welcome appearance to warm things up! Breakfast at the hotel, a tour of the Huron Village to learn about native life before the French and British arrived, lunch and shopping (and other amusements) at a local mall (perfect for practicing French!), a tour and visit to the basilica of St. Anne de Beaupre, ...
... if you order Quebec lamb then you will be presented with a plate that has 3 small but substantial portions of Quebec lamb served in 3 different ways such as a lamb sausage, lamb ragout and maybe a lamb steak. Each portion will have its own small accompaniment and sauce. WHAT A BRILLIANT IDEA. I couldnt wait to see what we would be sampling here. So we entered this fancy establishment and headed down into their red wine cellar. This laundry sized temperature controlled cellar was ...
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You are independent.
You don't have to worry about following the plan. Because there is no plan. The best plan is no plan! Just go with where the wind blows you. Spontaneous is the best.
You are a one man tour group. You read up you make sense of the things around you. You look after yourself, you don't have to trouble about what other people want.
When you are lonely, write your travel journal, or talk to a stranger.
It is only when you ...
... br> Our destination: Notre Dame.
Once inside this great Cathedral - which means Our Lady in English - we spent time walking around and examining the great works of art that have been used to decorate the interior. Green, reds and blues marked the walls, with extensive splashes of gold in elaborate patterns. If nothing else, the church was Grande and very Gothic. We did an English-speaking tour soon after our first walk around ...