Couette et Cafe Champlain
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We walk down the steps from St Johns and head into the park. There are giant red flower pots in the beautiful garden and the flowers are still in full bloom. There is a lovely fountain in front of the Hotel du Parliament so of course we are snap snap snapping away at different angles trying to avoid people and car noise in our photos. The Parliament house is also gorgeous. Regal statues, ornate door ways, flower beds.
We finally ...
... of Quebec city, allowing ourselves the opportunity to see how the locals lived. The sun was higher in the sky and the wind a little less chilly as we powered back across the river to Quebec City. We disembarked the ferry and walked back up the hill towards the main square. On the way up the hill we stopped by a store where I had spotted the night before some amazing paintings in the window. I of course knew this was a completely impractical present for our currently non existent home ...
... the breathtaking scenery to the fullest.
9. My cooking experience
Knowing how to cook decent meals is an essential skill in a country where everything is too expensive.
10. My hiking shoes
Prevented me from getting sprains for countless number of times.
11. My french
Though not good but it helped me understand the place better and to live in it.
12. My growing ability to ...
... directed me into the dining room. Balti wouldn't hear of me leaving without serving breakfast! I insisted she didn't get up, but she must have prepared food the night before and had Amil heat some of it up. A dish of her homemade yogurt and jam stood along side a warm cheese scroll and apricot and chocolate muffin, along with freshly squeezed juice. Normally I can't face food at this time of the day, but I had the yummy yogurt and juice, and wrapped up the rest to take with me ...
... park looked atmospheric amongst falling leaves, ghosts hidden in trees, a gallows, witches, spiders, pumpkins and scarecrows - quite a show.
We worked hard the next two days to be good tourists, learning the history from exhibits and the excellent Museum of Civization - an excellent place to spend a cold Sunday sfternoon- and walking round the old town, reading all the plaques, buying food delicacies from the food market and retreating back to the hotel when ...