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... conversation, questions asked in both French and English and much laughter marked the time together.
Have a look at the pictures to see what we did. Indoor pictures include their science lab and library. Next stop - FAVORIS - a delicious ice cream shop specializing in soft ice cream and a huge quantity of yummy dips - they had every flavor of chocolate!
After consuming way too much food, ...
... of Quebec city, allowing ourselves the opportunity to see how the locals lived. The sun was higher in the sky and the wind a little less chilly as we powered back across the river to Quebec City. We disembarked the ferry and walked back up the hill towards the main square. On the way up the hill we stopped by a store where I had spotted the night before some amazing paintings in the window. I of course knew this was a completely impractical present for our currently non existent home ...
Today marks the end of my month long adventure alone. From a small, scared and mono-phobic girl, I feel I've grown to become more adventurous, appreciative and I enjoy solitude much more now.
Here is a list of things I found surprisingly useful in my time of travelling alone:
1. The mini torchlight- Vancouver
Staying in a mixed dormitory, sometimes you can't on the lights whenever you need, worried ...
... of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré. The church was originally built by sailors who were shipwrecked as they made their way to Quebec City. Sainte Anne is the patron saint of sailors. Many pilgrims have come to this spectacular church to pray for guidance from Sainte Anne and in search of miracles. The pillars in the front entrance of the church are covered with crutches and other items from people who claim their prayers to Sainte ...
... tea. When they showed up the show started. There was a little model of the city and the show told us the early story of Quebec about all the fighting over possession of the city. It was interesting and the little model lit up with lights and smoke with the gunfire and fires!
After the show I headed to the Quebec experience, which was closed, and didn't look like it had been open for a while. So I wandered to Notre-Dame ...