La Maison LaFleur
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... and it green scenery as far as the eye can see. As we move away from Toronto the signs turn french and I tell Hinesh "we're not in Kansas any more Toto", I don't think he got me ha ha ha.
The drive was 9.5 hours, Hinesh again driving most of the way. I drove for 40 mins before I got tired, hopeless I tell you.
It was a little tricky finding Cote de Abraham our new home but we find it and even get a park right outside so we don't have to drag ...
... strawberries, apples and ice wine in Canada. During winter the river around this island freezes and since they cannot use the existing bridge during this time, they make one out of the ice and drive on it for 3-4 months of the year. I cannot begin to imagine that sort of cold.
We continued north to Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre Cathedral before heading to lunch at a nearby restaurant. None of us are sure what the appetiser was but I am believing it wasn't ...
... 5 cruise ships in dock so the whole place was heaving and the tour busses were all booked up. so we wandered by the castle and had a ride on the Funiculaire which is steep cliff railway which deposited us in amongst more shops. We stopped for lunch and headed back to the hotel. Off into the wilds again tomorrow with whale watching on the agenda, hope they prove to be less elusive than the moose. Still no ...
... lovely city. Yes, I did buy it, because as good as I feel my photos are, I'm no professional, and this has shots of winter that make it even more appealing. Huge outdoor concerts are held in this area now, and a stage was currently bring set up. Grande Alley street was next, right next to the Quebec Parliament Building. Dozens of charming restaurants crowd both sides of the sidewalk. A coffee and writing this blog entry for an hour or so at Starbucks refreshed me for my ...
... accent, I'd have found anything he had to say interesting! The Citadelle was partially built by the French, then completed by the British after they won control of the region. It has a long history including hosting Churchill and FDR during WWII in the confrences of Quebec. It is still in use today, and the regiment that is housed here have a proud tradition - and a goat name Batiste as their mascot! Batiste was a gift from the Queen in the 1960's and the current ...