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... to get off when another Québécois asked if he could help (reading a street map with a puzzled look usually gets you some assistance). He told us where to get off the bus, which direction to walk and even took the time to explain where to catch the return bus - merci beaucoup!
Old Quebec seems like a different place than the one we visited 40 years ago. Now the old streets are filled with shops, restaurants, musicians, street performers and because ...
... the silly push down plug didn't work so he had to have a shower instead. That was interesting too you have to figure out how to use the plumbing at each apartment you go to. Here you have a silly shower curtain around the shower head. You feel a prisoner in the bath tub.
Finished today’s blog while Richard was watching DVD's and I listened in too. 9.30pm bedtime and tomorrow morning I will go online to look for the next place to ...
... pack up our bags, check out of the room at 11am, have a leisurely walk around, some crepes at our favourite crepe restaurant before doing a quick bit of shopping (a present for Art & Janine in Ottawa) and then heading to the station.
For the first time since our journey began, they weighed our bags! Jenny’s bag was on the limit at 40 lbs (18kgs)! Lucky for us Jenny’s bag was resting on the wall as it was weighed so it probably weighed ...
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So dinner settled, I am set for home.
On the way back I met Monica so we chat and took the bus home together.
She's a nice person.
Asked if I wanna watch movie with her and friends, but I was too tired.
Saturday we are going to the Beer Festival together... V, I promise I will be careful :)
Home sweet Home.
V, you are always my baby.
I love you <3
... special effects several times since then, and used to be the premier tourist attraction in Quebec. It details five major battles that defined Quebec, using a large model showing the city as it appeared in the 1750's, and hundreds of tiny models of soldiers, ships and buildings. Quebec's strategic position at the mouth of two rivers, the fact that it's the only waterway link from the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes and the only walled city this side of the Rio Grande, made it ...