Gite de la Cote de la Montagne
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I can't say that today has been one of the better days of our tour. I know it shouldn't have been the way it was, if the train had still been running. We awoke to thick fog. So no beautiful views of the river this morning.
Peter was hungrier than me this morning and as our cases didn't need to be ready until 10.00am, for me it was going to be a bit more of a sleep in. So we went to breakfast at different times! Peter then went off with ...
... up doing damage to my temple and putting it in words that I can comprehend, "It's a really dumb idea. Why don't you just have a beer instead," she said. Sioux can certainly put forward a compelling argument when she wants to. At dinner that night we were given a window table overlooking the St Lawrence River that we could see by now as the really heavy snow had become a snow flurry. That's light snow. Even the river is mostly frozen. We order our meals and as you all know ...
... love to give each other massages, it is kind of our group thing, so now we are joking that we need a butt massage and we are all kind of serious! Oh well, we will have strong legs after this trip!
My French is coming back so well and my grammar is really improving since I am speaking French pretty much all the time! I am super thankful that my high school teachers really valued comprehension skills, so I am one of the most confident French speakers in the group and ...
... a dream? But they didnt speak and I don't really understand interpretive dance haha. Either way it was worth the wait.
The festival was very unique unlike anything we'd ever seen before.. Apparently they do stuff like that quite often - trust the French! I don't think we have stuff like that in Oz?? I think it may have been just a bit more enjoyable if I could understand the language they were all speaking in. At least then it might have made more sense at least!
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... the square we saw a trompe l'oeil fresco depicting many famous figures from Quebec's history. We posed for a group photo in front of this.
Just off the square, we also saw a 3-D movie about Samuel de Champlain and how a well-known painting of him was created.
Following our time in the Basse-Ville, we boarded our bus to head out to the countryside for the day. Our first stop was at the Hotel de Glace, one ...