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We are in the old walled city of Quebec. It is the city featured in Bury You Dead. When we arrived yesterday, about 5:00, it was in the mid 70's, clear and beautiful. We checked into the Chateau Frontenac, the magical castle on the hill, and then took a beautiful evening walk to find dinner. We ate at a restaurant, outside, listening to a street performer and enjoying wonderful food. We continued our walk and finally put on light jackets. ...
... why the place is famous.
We didn't have much planned for the evening but we had been told about a sort of artsy theatre festival going on in the Uptown area from 9-11 so we decided to meet up and go check it out.
It was quite a cool night but thankfully no rain! There were 5 different stations for this theatre festival thing (not sure how to describe it) at the first we rocked up at the end and there were people moving around and then fighting sort of like zombies ...
It is so pretty here. It think Quebec is more French than France.
I checked in an unpacked before heading of for a walk down to Quartier Petit Champlain.
It is a very tourist filled area. It has cobblestone streets with lots of restaurants, art gallery's & souvenir shops. A lot of the shops decorate the front of there store for the festive season. There was a guy siting there with his husky dogs? And ...
... and we cross the bridge to go back to Quebec but we have a little mishap getting off the bridge the normal construction and detour to get on the highway to go to Quebec but we managed to get home through all the construction on the big crossover bridge near the apartment.
Parked the car in a different spot and glad to be back to rest. Had an early dinner did the blog Gilles called by re us going ...
... than I thought. I guess I have taken my eye off the ball slightly as I've entered the end zone but it is far from good news. This does not feel like my day at all. I think I'll have to speed up a little bit, making better use of travel days with minimal travel, and not having dead days. The extra day in Victoria is a good example, and I've got a feeling I could've seen all of this town today. This is all a careful weigh up ...