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Today we visited the largest Indian tribe in Canada only 14 minutes away from Quebec. There are over a million Wendat People in Canada and America having survived centuries of struggles. They were farmers, hunters, warriors and subtle diplomats, skilled in trade and are called the Huron by the French, which is the main language here. Although there was a peace treaty between the British and the Huran ...
... Now a competitive sport during the huge wninter carnival here.
Breakfast at the French medieval stunning parliament house followed by a free tour.
Day trip to montmorency falls and basilica of miracles, capped by visit ti Marie's Bakery, coffee scrolls like never before.
Fest de Rire offered much street entertainment par excellence.
And now back in Ottawa for our last 2 days.
... flew by and at about 4pm we got off the train, grabbed our backpacks and headed into town. The Gare Du Palais rail station in Quebec sits just down from the old town section and is a beautiful building in itself. The building dates back to 1915. From the train station we plodded along with our bags attached about 500m up a steep inclining street towards the old town. Our hostel, the large HI was situated in a prime location in the old town, not too far from two of ...
... a giant pot to cook all the rice, so at the side of the pot, those burnt and crispy ones had to be thrown away. So we ate some. It is like claypot rice chao da part, but with herbs and is yellow. Ahh.. I miss claypot rice.
Dear I shall come up with a list of food we will go hunt down when we come back.
Finally Dinner Time, I was starving! I feel so damn well-fed and blessed today. I haven't had this warm feeling in my tummy for so many days. ...
... Quebec, is also near the Citadelle. The Citadelle of Quebec, a Canadian Forces installation and the federal vice-regal secondary residence is alongside the Plains of Abraham, site of the battle in which the British took Quebec from France.
We passed via the information centre again for a toilet stop on our way to the lookout at the back of the Plains of Abraham. A nice view here over the river. At about 4pm we walked back to the old town via ...