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Travel Blogs from Quebec City
... been coverted into a high school. The main building was made of sandstone brick and had an impressing silver roof (not made of silver obviously....?tin) with small spires on the corners and a small tower projecting from the roof of the main entrance hall. It was definately classier than any building either Ro or I had in high school. We continued on and noticed an old style stone Anglican church which had undergone a recent extension. It was pleasing to see that the extension, which ...
... the breathtaking scenery to the fullest.
9. My cooking experience
Knowing how to cook decent meals is an essential skill in a country where everything is too expensive.
10. My hiking shoes
Prevented me from getting sprains for countless number of times.
11. My french
Though not good but it helped me understand the place better and to live in it.
12. My growing ability to ...
... she saw me looking around, and took me there personally since she was headed to exactly the same place herself. We spoke on the way, and she also kind of helped confirm what I'd been thinking. I drew out $500, as most of this was what I owed for my accommodation, and decided I'd rather be out twenty something dollars for the taxi than another $150 for a diagnosis that might have me no better off. I bought some extra strength Tylenol, then called a taxi from the clinic, and ...
... was proven difficult as we couldn't read the signs and the conditions. Eventually we simply parked behind a row of cars and hoped that it did in fact say that the restrictions were for Monday to Friday.
When I say we got in the Quebec City Walls, I mean this quite literally. The walls were originally built around the city in the 1600s in the first French settlement, and have stayed there since. We explored the walls, and ...
30th Aug cont.
After a little while, the rain seemed to ease and the sun poked it's head out. By the time we reached Quebec City it was turning into a lovely afternoon. We arrived around 2.30pm and drove into the Upper Town to look for parking. After drivng around in circles through construction on narrow, hilly streets we made the decision to look slightly further afield. We discovered that a few blocks further ...