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After a seven day journey, during which we covered around 2000 miles we are now back in Quebec City. In the intervening seven days, fall has fully taken hold. During the final few hours of the journey along the St Lawrence River, the banks and hillsides we pass are covered in trees at the peak of their autumn colours.
We disembark and meet up with Margarita, our very exuberant and talkative guide for an ...
We are on a very comfortable train travelling from Quebec to Toronto via Montreal after 2 great days in Quebec. Quebec was a huge contrast to Chicago and its modern buildings. We were in the historic area and the buildings were beautiful old French style ones. We could walk to everything from our hotel and walk we did! Quebec is the only walled ...
Amazing day in Quebec today, it was cooler then I think any other day I've had so far, but there was a good period of the day where the sun was out and shining. This morning I took my time getting up and ready, I had a gear nights sleep and was feeling good. I started by asking at the desk where I could get a bus ticket from. Only 2 blocks away. So I walked up the street only to find the store closed till 10am (it was only 9:30) so I went to Tim Hortons and had some ...
Imagine it as.. making rice-castles... hahaha
Everyone is so busy, but everyone is still happy and Marta and Felix can still seem so loving even in this stressful time. I am amazed.
Normally, under stress and time, many couples will start being angst, snappy and complaining.
Outside the Kitchen
Finally, the guest are done with dinner.
I love the atmosphere at the wedding.
Everyone is dressed in bling bling ...
... Sherbrooke Street, taking us away from the city centre! We stopped for directions at a shop and they pointed us in the right direction.
We finally made it into familiar territory and we stopped to refuel the car around 10pm on Sherbrooke Street. Not much further and we were back at the rental car depot on Stanley Street. We dropped off the car, and grabbed our things and made our way back to the Sofitel. Pretty stuffed after a big day, so off to bed ...