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... the campus again and met a friend at Starbucks! It was so nice to see someone besides my group members!
Thursday we went to a theological school here in Montreal and sat in on a lecture about the transfiguration (it was so beyond me...) and then walked to the Basilica where you can look over all of Montreal and we watched the rain come from across the city, it was so cool to watch the rain fall! Then we went to a famous poutine place ...
We decided to visit Old Quebec City again.This time we drove about 20 minutes to the ferry. It was a nice 15 minute ride on the water and we were let out in the lower section of Old Quebec City. We did not visit this area the other day and are glad we went again. The lower section is so nice and not as crowded as the upper part. It has so ...
... Or drunk Mattie stumbling his way to a crowded bar)
The journey was only about 15 minutes each way, and we did have to get off and go through the barriers at Levis before we could embark on our return voyage. This was a good thing to settle nerves, after the captain missed his marker and slammed us in to the side of the docking bay. (Very amusing), and it does only cost $3.75 each way, so well worth doing in ...
... and headed off. First stop this morning was to visit the jewish area of town to pick up the best bagels in the city. The bagel shop was called 'Le Maison Le Original Fairmont Bagel' and was a one stop shop for all things bagel. We picked up a mixed bag of 12 and some cream cheese and knives etc. The smell inside the store wafted out onto the street and the bagels we got were still warm. Despite our hunger we decided to hold off as we were heading up Mont Royal to observe ...
... du Soleil performance and a light and sound show on the silos of the port
-Walking around the outer walls of the old city
-Seeing the changing of the guard at the Citadel
-Eating a traditional 3 course Quebecois meal at the oldest house/restaurant in Quebec City (for $20)
-Eating at many other delightful restaurants
-Drinking good wine
-Soaking up the French-Canadian ...