Hotel Cap Diamant
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We began the day at 8:40 with 72 degrees. And although the temps seem on the low side, we have not given up our shorts and short-sleeved shirts. 72 in Maine feels a lot warmer than 72 in Florida. It warmed up a bit, but we got into a lot of rain today, so the temps varied over the afternoon.
Our first hurdle was getting the Quebec address into our Toyota GPS. For some reason, it just didn't like the address we were given, so ...
... to check out the snow sculptures which were pretty awesome, and then had a go on the ferris wheel, i still have this fear of heights that I cant shake but i kicked on with it anyway. We watched some grommets playing hockey on the rink and then went to an area where we got to contribute to the construction of an igloo. It was all messed up and i contributed to knockin a few blocks off myself.
One of the big things i wanted to do ...
... successfully obtained a Quebec walking tour guide in booklet form and also booked ourselves onto a foody walking tour tomorrow. Im sure Rox will give you an amazing review and descriptive blog of this once this tour is complete. The old town of Quebec is split between upper and lower towns. This afternoon we were to explore lower town following the walking tour obtained from the tourist bureau. The lower town spralls out below Terrasse Dufferrin and the Chateau Fontenac taking up ...
... religious city - and province. You couldn't walk ten paces in old Quebec without bumping into a church, or a religious order's motherhouse.
There's a lovely boardwalk in Quebec City next to the St. Lawrence River.
And we had a great time at the QB Fort - which, as the guide explained, was paid for by the British but built by the French. That'll never happen again!
... to see what menu you have picked and use your chosen language. However Andrew managed to complete a few transactions in French which he is very proud of!
Turns out our speeding, non-seatbelt wearing, French-Canadian-Bosnian taxi driver didn’t quite know where our hotel was but it was a flat rate so the non-direct route simply meant we got a welcoming scenic tour of the city. Certainly we didn’t know a Prius could reach 125km/h. Finally arriving at ...