Couette et Cafe Champlain
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... it to the Citadel to watch the changing of the guards. From our walking around yesterday I wanted to have coffee and a pain au chocolat for breakfast before going to the Citadel.
We find a café called Le Accent and I get my breakfast. The coffee was great but the pain au chocolat needed warming up (so that the chocolate oozes when you bite into it). But I was a happy chappy as we left the café. We walk uphill again to the Citadel. The walk was a ...
... workshop, a walk to and around the falls of Montmorency and then dinner and a ferry ride. A very full day and there is no slowing down for tomorrow! Please have a look at the pictures and text or comment with questions if you want to know more. Vive Quebec!
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... 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 ...
... but I understand why they felt this way.
Remember the first week I am here?
I find the churches mundane. They are all the same with painted windows. I felt like there are nothing to do in Quebec City. I was so lonely and bored. But things changed, and I learnt.
My travelling objective is to experience how to live like a local. I should not have the mentality that I want to do and complete things everyday. It ...
... a bitter and was very sweet.
It was a very cold day on the Friday. Atlantic canada was being hit by a super storm, so it was a good weekend to be away, however we probably got the edge of the storm which meant freezing cold winds. At its coldest the day got to -41 with wind chill.
After breakfast we went to the Shrine of Saint-Anne-de-Beaupre. It is a renowned pilgrimage site, dedicated to Saint Anne, the grandmother of Jesus. It is over 350 years old and as ...