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... a tip, so it cost $40. The Hotel Dufferin is a lovely old building and has views of the river and i am right in Old Quebec, which is the main reason I chose this hotel. The owner was very nice and told me about her trip to Australia not so long ago. She and her husband had done a bus tour from Adelaide to Darwin and Kakadu and they also went to Cairns. I was early but just had to wait about 20 minutes while the room was ...
... paper mill there now and grain silos, a boat harbour in the protected area from the Lawrence River.
Saw a beautiful 100 square meter painting (The Petit-Champlain Mural) depicting the origins of the area before going to the square of Place Royale. Place Royale is the cradle of french civilisation in North America it is where Samuel de Champlain began the construction of the first permanent settlement in New France. A small fort at the foot ...
... head phones so he wasn't " singing along". . He had a web page up on his laptop with beautiful cursive Arabic lettering.. It was layed out in chapters with large full page shaded titles under the main text. It might be the Koran , I thought as I watched descreetly. I now noticed his black and white checkered headscarf near his side. It looks like the one Arafat used to wear. I started to nod off again and glanced back to Barbara. She was ...
... conquered navigating through the strongest storm I've faced in a foreign surrounding. I am sure I have grown from this. At least I have achieved something today, felt satisfied.
Walking out of the shower room, I realised the rain has already stopped (so abruptly). Well, maybe this is just one of the training session someone up there gave me. I passed right? :P
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... the scenes tour with a young, enthusiastic guide, learning all about the history of the place. It's still used as a military base today, with soldiers living on site. They wear a uniform very like the palace guards of London, only the hat is made of bear fur and they speak French! The residence of the Governor General is here, and he comes and lives in it for about a week each year. One wing of the house had to be completely rebuilt a few years ago, as it caught fire and ...