Auberge du Littoral
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After breakfast at the hotel we headed to the Marche du Vieux-Port which is fruit, vegetables, meat, fish and deli market that is only open on Sundays. The stall holders are all from the farms. We made a few purchases including blueberries dipped in dark chocolate. These are only available in August and September when the blueberries are in season. They were beautiful. I am going to try to make them in summer.
Old Quebec City is a UNESCO World Heritage ...
... in our room, blogging and watching movies. By 4.30pm we were up and showering and making ourselves look respectable as we were off to partake in a meal at Quebec's finest restaurant La Patriarche. As we told you in an earlier blog this restaurant was visited on our Quebec food tour and had tantalised us enough to make us want to save our pennies and cook hostel dinners just so we could come try their gatronomical delights. At 4.30pm we headed into the city in the car which we ...
... soon thereafter, and it took me took some time before I could locate Barbara across the street from the station and on the other side of a park. .In retrospect, I should have notified one or more large males further back in the bus to the situation so we would all be vigeulent.
Well, he sure looked like he could be the real deal. I have attached a few dark photos of him.
Tomorrow.we will take the train back to New York City.
... cobbled streets, old buildings and heard the history of the French, British, Canadian issues again – I wonder what guides say when they do these walks in Australia.
Followed the St Lawrence River up to a Basilica where mass was taking place as it was a Sunday – because the church is so ...
... building. As I reached the top of that long climb up the steps to Upper Town, a loud crowd were cheering an entertaining circus act involving two guys, unicycles and fire juggling. They were performing on Dufferin Terrace in front of the Chateau Frontenac, which formed a spectacular backdrop, lit and glowing like a fairy tale castle. After staying til the end of this, the only entertainment I contributed money to that night, I was tired but very happy, and made my way back down ...