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... parts of the town, settling at the Lapin Saute for a nice dinner. The place offers a tasting menu for two, with Quebecois and Nouvelle-France influences in the dishes, so Mario and I pick a nice C******nay and enjoy a wealth of rabbit and duck, all delicious, and top it off with a maple creme brulee for dessert. It was a fantastic meal - so much so that Mario still has not stopped talking about it.
After dinner, ...
... which we all agreed was the best we'd ever had. The town was so small that this was really all there was; we walked past a catholic monastery on the way back to the ferry and departed around 2:30pm. Returning to Quebec City, we walked through the Family Place set up for the music festival which changes the features in the tents every 2-3 days. We got to see some really huge bugs made of recyclable materials which were really artistic and cool. There was also a place ...
... of the long awaited train journey? The train of LeMassif de Charlevoix consists entirely of restored railcars with high glass ceilings to enhance the view of farms, mountains and sea. It follows the rugged coastline from the Quebec to La Malbaie, a 140 km trip. But It is all about the dining experience. The breakfast alone was an experience with local produce and flavours. The return trip was a four course gastronomic dinner. Hope some of the ...
... either of us had ever had to get a connecting flight in our lives. That thought only lasted a few seconds though as it was outweighed by the thought that it was 7am and we hadn’t slept for over 20 hours and it didn’t look like we would get a chance to anytime soon.
We had some breakfast at a little French café at the airport and played some more cards before boarding our tiny Bombardier plane which must have only had about 36 ...
... here. The Citadel is a massive fortress with thick walls, ramparts and ditches (laid out in the shape of a star) that was the military quarters for generals, officers and men. Today it is the summer residence of the Governor General of Canada, a military museum and headquarters of the 22nd Canadian Regiment.
The walk around Old Quebec is not for the faint hearted! Steep hills, stairs and walkways are around every corner and you definitely need a map to guide ...