Bed & Breakfast L'Heure Douce
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... to a long row of cannons standing guard on a fortified cliff above the river, it was clear why the French chose this place to mount their last stand against the English. Interestingly, both the French and English generals from that battle, Moncalm and Wolfe, respectively, are treated with equal honour in the literature.
Walking into Old Quebec feels a lot like entering Duloc in "Shrek." The cobblestone streets and quaint shops make it seem like "such ...
... s been the perfect place to call home, close to all the places any visitor would want to see. While the weather hasn`t been perfect, it hasn`t stopped us from taking in everything we wanted to do.
Our time is limited in writing this evening, so we`ll check in from Montreal on Tuesday. Until then...au revoir!
Dave And Paul ...
... hostel to get my gloves, beanie, boots and winter jacket. So I was essentially wearing what I would wear on the coldest day in Canberra...in the middle of their Spring. I'll definitely be purchasing some long Johns and other wintery gear for winter.
I'm currently writing this on a train. This is my first Canadian train experience and I was surprised that they weighed my bag. I had to take 1kg out so I took my toiletry bag out. I ...
... Victoria which lead to the founding of the Laval University, the first Catholic French speaking University in North America. The Seminary still functions as part of Laval University and is host to the school of theological studies. Unfortunately we werent able to explore throughout the enclosed campus or see the interiors of the buildings but we were able to see enough of the amazing architecture just by wandering between the streets. After a handful of photos and a short walk around ...
... So we scrounged around for a breakfast-lunch-fruit-meal thing, got ready and headed out to the beautiful Montreal.
First stop: The Bike Stand.
One thing about Montreal that we realised very quickly was that many people ride bikes in the city centre, 'down town' as they call it. The government actually put in bike stands all over the city, with bikes that you can hire for 30-minute intervals. We paid $7 each to use these bikes in 30-minute intervals, for ...