La Maison LaFleur
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... you did not have to drive as they had lots of different types of alcohol to try and chef's teaching you how to BBQ things. It looked like a good think to get started in Ladysmith...(always thinking of things for fund raisers)
Back at the campsite having cocktails and appys, dinner at 6 then a rousing game of cribbage. **** were old!!!!!
Heading to Quebec in Canada today through Concord, New Hampshire & Vermont (Green Mountains). Lots of driving today, about 7.5 hours. I'm fascinated with the greenery. The highway is lined with many dense, green trees - as far as the eye can see - with a few buildings here and there. Even the ground is green - so different to travelling in summer in WA. Lena, Tommy and I had lunch together in New Hampshire. Arrived in Quebec this afternoon - I ...
... to operate and could fire canonballs some 3 miles!! After many photos of the river, the fort amd the canons we moved on passed the officers quarters to what is now the Governor General of Canada's second residence. Back in 1972 the GG at the time saw an opportunity to relocate to a national historical site so moved in to a wing of the Officers Quarters and called it his own. This tradition contiues today. We moved further along to the part of the fort with the best views. ...
... about how the Notre Dame's history is interwoven with Montreal's own history. As we both get excited about history, this was pretty interesting for the both of us. After the tour, however, we had seen enough and continued (on bikes) back to the car before our 1pm time limit was up on the bikes!
Our next destination: Quebec city.
With our google directions, a tank half full of petrol, and a quick stop off at the Montreal ...
... most populous city in Quebec after Montreal, which is about 233km to the southwest. Quebec City is one of the oldest cities in North America. The ramparts surrounding Old Quebec (Vieux-Québec) are the only fortified city walls remaining in the Americas north of Mexico.
We arrived at the outskirts of Quebec City around 11:15. First we went to the information centre, to use the toilet and get some brochures and ask about parking. She ...