Auberge du Quartier
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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 ...
... of the french influence in this town. Slowly we meandered through Rue Du Petit Champlain admiring the music and the stores wares before heading up Rue Du Notre Dame and entering Place de Royale a small square that reminded Rox and I of a small European city square surrounded by cute cafes and watched over in one corner by the Eglise du Notre Dame Des Victoires. This church dates back to 1688 and is the oldest stone church in North America. It's a beautiful small church with a ...
... meat, I ate one week worth of supply.
The guest arrived. We started busying.
First we have to dish out the salad.
We arranged the plates on the silver kitchen table. Luckily they are huge.
Mango, green/red apple, lettuce, carrots, spinach, and some other stuff Salad. Looks very very appetising (crossing finger, hoping that there will be left overs)
Next comes the hard part.
The main dish.
They took orders from the ...
... began to fall just as we packed everything into Storm (the truck). I took the back roads to Ottawa arriving on the last day of the Tulip Festival. Took pictures of my kids' first houses (66 Fourth Ave and 50 Grosvenor Ave) – big bucks are being spent renovating in the Ottawa South neighbourhood. It is nice that my fruit trees in the backyard and red current hedge still exist. ...