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... history. There are statues, a citadel, cobbled streets, large stone buildings as big as castles, flowers, neat shops, street art and street performers, farmers markets and a beautiful waterfront. Quebec City is on the St. Lawrence River and if you imagine it as a funnel, it's where it narrows in to the lakes. It's a beautiful spot.
... very calm - perfect for relaxing. At the entrance to it you can see a tree with a round shot hidden in the trunk - no one knows where it comes from ;)
We got a chance to take some trips from the city by car and so we went to the Monmorency Waterfalls, about 30 minutes away from Québec. They are truly impressive and huge, apart from that the entrance is free. After that we went to Cap Tourmente - the ...
... t with us as their excursion was in the afternoon - Somehow Princess gave Andy and I morning excursions and it was sold out so Helen/Beulah couldn't change to it. Their excursion lasted until 6pm so it was an exhausting afternoon for them.
But we still went to dinner at 6:30. Andy and I had made a reservation at Sabatini's, the 'pay' ($25) Italian restaurant onboard as a special final dinner of our trip.
... an active military base and home to the 22nd Regiment who were established in 1914. Although the base is active it is for administrative purposes only so no tanks or guns but you still see soldiers. The regiment has fought in WWI, WWII and the Korean War and been involved in peacekeeping duties with the UN in the Balkans and Afghanistan. Although the regiment was established long after Canadian independence they look very much like British ...
... back and lean into each corner, as well as control the speed at which the dogs and the sled go.
Next we visited the Ice Palace and spent a great deal of time admiring and watching the men and women completing ice sculptures. They are very talented people. It is similar to the sand sculpting we have in Australia although if you were to carve off too much sand I am guessing you can put a bit back on and fix it. No such luck if you hack off too much ice!!! They take the teams ...