Chateau de Lery
Travel Blogs from Quebec City
At the end of January we took a couple of days off and flew east to Quebec City for the Winter Carnivale. With two flights adding up to five hours, a three-hour time difference and a stopover in Toronto, it took us most of the Friday day to get there. It was a snowy trip from the airport in the taxi, but once we were in the central city area …
... back into Quebec and preview the walk through the Upper Town of this most European of American cities. It's the only city in the Americas north of Mexico City to be fortified with European-style walls, and, in 1985, the first urban center in North America to be inscribed into UNESCO's World Heritage List.
Tomorrow, we head for Saguenay Fjord National Park, in search of whales!
... activity. It's a bit warmer here than it has been in Edmonton, but events like snowshoeing would not be as much fun if it was too warm. Following the snowshoeing, we were served hot chocolate and made our way back to the hotel.
Tomorrow we will be up bright an early to enjoy breakfast at the Provincial Parliament buildings, a tour of the Parliament building and circus school!
... apartment but a lot better than Montreal. Only problem is the bathroom smells not know if it is because of air circulation or the toilet so we just keep the door closed.
With the aprtments here you have a door on the footpath where you ring the bell, then you have another door that is locked which tenants or owners open then you go to your apartment door. Just like you see in the movies. While I was speaking to Gilles re map of old Quebec, ...
... day for him... NS asked him to reservist on Valentines Day :( I am okay actually because when I am with V, everyday is already Valentines Day. But I am still expecting my wild flowers bouquet.. Better go find and pluck some from your forest! ;P
I ate lunch (tuna and black bean sandwich) and an energy bar.
Dear on diet I will do the same.
Went to the bus stop... Bus 81 came promptly
I was ...