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... sitting on top of a big hill. It looks like a palace with about 800 rooms and was built in 1892 and very grand. We arrived at the entrance after driving through a big archway and by now the snow is really coming down. Before we knew it the doorman opened our doors, removed our luggage (of which there is quite a lot) organised a bell man (much less demeaning than calling them bell hops) to take our luggage to our room and had a car man taking our car away. This is more ...
... idols, the history of the church in Burkina Faso, a brief history lesson and a taste of Djula, one of the local languages in Burkina. The most challenging days were Thursday and Friday, where Nathan Rieger, a pastor and the planter of Vineyard churches, spoke about the idols of the world and had us identify the idols in our lives. Basically, the past few days have been one big eye opening headache!
On Saturday we finally got to sleep in!! I woke up at 9 and ran ...
... they are there to stroll through or sit in. Quebec City also has the Terrasse Dufferin, beside which the famous Fairmont Chateau Frontenac sits. Kate and I spent a lot of time simply walking the terrace enjoying the view, and indeed the flatness of it. On our last night we even went up there to say goodbye, and for Kate to take one last photograph, just in case she didn't have enough.
It occurred to us that we may never see ...
... tour of the museum and town and it was fascinating to learn about the journey of the Wendat people and how they adapted to the arrival of the English and French.
All too soon my time in Quebec was up and I found myself back in a car, this time all gossiping girls (unfortunately in French) and on my way back to Montreal to be saved yet again by Natalie and her wonderful sofa....next will come the hardest challenge so far...crossing the US border!!
... had defeated Montcalm (they had both died the same year from wounds received in the same battle), but he had not scaled the walls of the cliff. We got a potted history of the French/English or English/French option and how they had all done political deals to made the city was it was today. We walked the cobbled streets and fought the biting wind that was very cold.
dinner in the hotel in the evening was ...