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... and native men - which of course came in handy for the settlers, as they wanted the French population to spread and to be connected to the population of the First Nations in Canada. The Citadelle itself is deemed as unconquerable, however, no one ever actively attacked it. Being in this completely french speaking City in North America (some people still don't speak English and it's not always being taught in school) feels very different to what I've seen of Canada so ...
... Chateaux Frontenac in the early morning sunshine and let the world pass by. The sun is shining all is good
Quebec old city is lovely to wander around particularly early in the morning streets empty even after our leisurely breakfast the streets were still empty. Walked along the boardwalk in front of the Chateaux to the fort and past ...
... a private room here, but we assumed the dorms would be mixed. This was not the case. We were in separate rooms - Blake completely on his own while I was with the girls from the tour. We tried our luck to see if there were any private rooms available and thankfully there must have been some cancellations. We moved into our new room and got ready for our walking tour - it had been cold and wet when we arrived so we rugged up and took our umbrellas. When we got outside and ...
Fun had been promised. Lots of it. Warning of cold weather had also been issued, but I know full well that nothing can prepare them for the scything wind that blows through Quebec City during Carnaval time in February.
As we walk towards the infamous Plains of Abraham Battlegrounds, the very historical site where Canada`s fate had been decided all those years ago, we witness something altogether foreign for us mild-weathered west coast rain forest dwellers: skaters ...
... River and can take the boardwalk back down to the Dufferin Terrace where we started from. The boardwalk is a popular place for the locals to jog along so watch out for breathless joggers racing past you. Instead of taking the funicular down to the old town we took the Casse-Cou (the Breakneck staircase), which is not as bad as it sounds. There are some impressive old cannon lining the Ramparts above the port in front of ...