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... We could order what we wanted. The food was good. After dinner we went to the pub/cub accross the road – dagoberts. We stayed in the pub section for a bit and then went into the club later. The club cost to go in and drinks were expensive, however it was fun on the dance floor. I stayed a bit and then left to catch a taxi back to the hotel. It was raining and cool outside.
Back at the hotel i went to ...
... festival was being held, hordes of people. We soon got in the swing of things with a glass of wine at an outdoor cafe. It had been a busy day and we needed to relax a bit. Mission accomplished! After that, we walked through the walled city all the way down to where we could see the St. Lawrence River - beautiful view. We then took a guided, bilingual tour on a double-decker bus to see more of the area and to brush up on the local history, which included battles ...
... for the next. The Royal 22nd Regiment is still stationed there today and military ceremonies are held during summer.
Nice gentle walk down the hill to Avenue Honore Mercier in the center of the avenue across from the Parliament Building stands the Tourny Fountain very impressive took lots of photos and videos as we went around. We were very lucky and missed all the tourist buses as we walked around the Citadelle.
... really, it must have approx. 60 rooms with six to eight people per room. The kitchen seems good, they have a bar area plus a table tennis table! Jenny and I played, I won’t say who won! Ok ok if you insist I tell you….it was me! (Michael).
We settled into our new digs, made our beds and explored the hostel before heading out to the lower town to catch a ferry to Levi, on the opposite bank of the St Lawrence River. The plan was to go ...
... special effects several times since then, and used to be the premier tourist attraction in Quebec. It details five major battles that defined Quebec, using a large model showing the city as it appeared in the 1750's, and hundreds of tiny models of soldiers, ships and buildings. Quebec's strategic position at the mouth of two rivers, the fact that it's the only waterway link from the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes and the only walled city this side of the Rio Grande, made it ...