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While interesting enough, and I might spend another night there on the way back, Quebec was not all that great ... more hype than substance, really.
The old city is ... old.
The Museum of Civilisation is really mostly the Museum of Francophone civilisation. With a very definite anti-anglophone slant.
The Chateau Frontenac (the famous early 20th century fantasy of a French Chateau built by Canadian Railways as a luxury Hotel) is both ...
... Quartier Petit Champlain, the river & mountains in the distance. @ the end continue onto
3. Promenade des Gouverneurs: there is 310 stairs along this path that is on the sheer cliff wall of the military Citadelle. Once at the end it's time to head back to continue along the tour.
4. Parc des Gouverneurs: this is opposite where my hotel is. I didn't take a photo of the monument here.
5. Maison Kent: built in 1648, this might be Quebec's oldest ...
... us along La Cascades (a large-ish stream) that runs into the Jacque Cartier River below. As we got going, a family group was exiting the trail and told Abe that there was a moose about 500 meters ahead. We all got excited, but as we kept walking, we didn't see anything. Jacob was certain the guy had been pulling our legs, but then we saw another family group walking quietly ahead of us and pointing off to the left. Sure enough, not 30 feet (maybe less!) in the ...
Woke up this morning with lines all pver my body... Sign of a good sleep! Went for a run along the river, and then after a shower and breakfast I headed out with Marie and Claire to a supermarket about 30 mins away. I do love my foreign supermarkets! Unfortunately I bought a lot of stuff yesterday at the local grocery store which was expensive, but bought a couple of things to tide me over for the week (hopefully). Came back and shared a ...
... a large island in the middle of the St Lawrence River) has neat farms, beautiful old white houses with red roofs, cheese makers, etc and a wonderful view of the city; Montmorency Falls (double the height of Niagara Falls) was powerful; ... then we went to the of highlight of the day: Basilique Ste-Anne-de-Beaupre. It was like being in a Christmas Card. The spires are over 300 feet tall, 22 chapels, 18 alters, and 214 stained windows. The interior is ...
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