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... animal of any sort, even if it did taste strange. The rest of the meal was delicious and I think I am going to have to visit the gym on the ship before this holiday is over.
After lunch we drove to the Montmorency Falls but I have to say, after seeing Niagara Falls only a couple of days ago, this one didn't impress me at all.
I think what really took my breath away about Quebec is the incredible autumn colours. The province really is spectacular ...
... dressed in old vintage outfits. The old town itself was beautiful and French, in particular the Chateau Frontenac was impressive in its grandeur and beauty. After walking around the old town for a while and eating a delicious thai meal, upon the recommendation of our friendly host we headed to Agora to check out the free performance put on by the Cirque Du Soleil. It was unbelievable, and that much better being free.
The next day we headed back into the city, ...
... being about 90% fresh water, and it also experiences very high tides of up 7 metres. The cliffs upon which the city citadel sit are known as Cap Diamont, as Champlain, upon first siting them, thought them to be sparkling with diamonds. It turned out to be quartz and pyrites, but the name stuck. The Musee du Civilization was just a little way up the road, and even though it was only about an hour before it closed, I was told that if I bought a ticket in the final hour I'd ...
... as this would hold a certain attraction.
We topped off our day with dinner at one of the local cafes. While dining at a sidewalk table sounded appealing, the reality of the heat drove us indoors. Lauren and I split what turned out to be, another great pizza. And for someone who doesn't really like pizza (me!) to say that, it has to be good. Cam and Meg opted for the soup and sandwich specials and we all had gelato for dessert. Yum!
... the tour. I saw Seminaire de Quebec; reception centre for the Musee de I' Amerique francaise. I proceeded to the ramparts and took in the view and admired the VieuxPort de Quebec (Old Port) and the marina. Most of the homes on rue des Remparts were built between 1850 and 1900. The cannons are part of the city's battery defence system, and were used for protection against enemy attacks.
I continued up the street to parc ...