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At Lavaltrie, the houses on the river bank were very substantial, while the houses on the other side were smaller or were farmhouses. The sun was out for much of the morning.
We stopped for lunch at Trois Rivieres at a park on the river bank. Sun was out but it was cold (10 degrees Celsius) and the wind had a bite to it. In the town, some houses had outside stairs to the top floor apartments (2 and 3 storeys). Their letterboxes were at ...
... tourist road. There isn't actually that much tourist stuff to do so I spent my time mostly just living in Quebec. I did surprisingly ok with the French - I was warned no one speaks English but I found that quite the opposite. It's a beautiful city and I will go going back for ...
... the falls so we decided to go and find out how to get there. The lookout on top was really cool and you could really get a feeling for the power and volume of water that throws itself over the falls. My fear of heights popped out once again and it took everything i had to walk over the bridge. I'm glad i did in the end... it was pretty ...
... little delay.
What can I say about this ship? She is a city at sea, a fact you realise when you walk her looking for your stateroom. Tisha and I are on the Emerald deck on deck 8. It is the perfect deck because all the shops, food and entertainment etc is within one or two decks of us so we don't have too far to go all the time.
So after exploring the inside of ship we had lunch in one of the cafés and then ...
... by Francois de Laval the first bishop of New France.
Let us sidetrack a little... What is New France?New France was the area colonised by France in North America during a period beginning with the exploration of the Saint Lawrence River by Jacques Cartier in 1534 and ending with the cession of New France ...