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When traveling I always try to pick up at least a few basic words in the local language. Those few words can make a huge difference between being treated like a foreign tourist and getting a true friendly welcome. During the trip there have been many cases where we stood out so much that it was obvious even before either one of us opened our mouth that we were foreign. In other cases, it became apparent right after we spoke. ...
... eyebrow...."Do you know if I can get to the national park at all?" - "Impossible"....thanks for that! But the room was clean and warm, and I was eager to get out on the cobbled streets.
First port of call (predictably for me!) FOOD! I had yet to try a smoked meat sandwich and I satisfied the craving with gusto at a bustling deli named Paillard just around the corner. It didn't disappoint! A quick check on the internet informed me that ...
... place for breakfast. We didn’t realise that they were the same place! It was funny to see her and good as she is very friendly. She has only been using Airbnb for a month and we were her first non-French speaking guests she has had. She speaks pretty good English but I have to remember sometimes with her to slow down and not speak so fast. Our crepes were very good and all the better for knowing Magalie made them for us! I wonder if she will make us some ...
... br> Bought Blueberry oat muffin... It's so awesome.
But felt guilty after eating.
Lost at what I am suppose to get out of this 3 weeks stay
Right now I know I want
1. To speak as much french as possible
2. To learn to cook some local dishes
3. To see more things
4. Improve sense of direction and navigation skills
Whatsapped awhile with dear. So sorry I woke you up... But I'm glad ...
... like a piece of Europe has been lifted up and placed here.
For those of you interested in history, Quebec City is perched atop cap Diamant, overlooking the St Lawrence River and is one of the landmarks of North American history. Samuel de Champlain saw the potential of this natural citadel, and founded a fur trading post here in 1608. As religious institutions and government buildings sprang up within the fortifications of the Upper Town, merchants ...