Chateau Repotel Duplessis
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... she could do business was that in France it had been declared that when a woman's husband and father die, she could then be considered an independent "social being." Somewhat more forward-thinking than other cultures at the time. But if one of these two men in your life are still alive you still haven't attained the status of social being because technically you are still "owned" by someone. Progress takes time...
After our tour which culminated ...
... on them.
The St Roch area is a mixed pot. From the start of our walk there are fancy furniture stores and little cafes. As you move down the street, things get a little more ghetto (but it doesn’t feel unsafe). The shops get a little grungier and the food places look like the kind of places you will be in search of after a big night – greasy poutine anyone?
We get a bargain for dinner at the Le Bureau de Post (the old post office ...
The answer to yesterday's trivia question - What was the first Jesuit school for boys in the United States? - is....Harvard!
Back to home base in Levis ...
... and no matter what building you are looking at, a backdrop such as these autumn leaves can make any building fascinating.
After returning to the ship we had to participate in the lifeboat drill. The area captain for our station not only turned out to be an Aussie but grew up just a few kilometres from my home town on the Coast. Such a small world!
I will finish with an interesting fact I learnt today. When he told us, it was such a good ...
... to sit down and cry about not being in Australia where people went to water in such hot weather. Alas, I did not sit down and cry. On we continued to walk, and the moment I saw a park I took the lead and headed into it.
Much to my delight, I found a great fountain that was so big that children were running around in it getting drenched as if it were some sort of water park. We stood close by, and let the wind bring ...