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... a French cafe for breakfast and a soup restaurant for lunch, making a hair appointment at a local barber for James to buzz his head, and shopping for basic food necessities to avoid eating out too often. James felt as if every day was one big high school French oral exam, but we can safely said he "passed" (assuming passing is a 60%). Other highlights of our stint in Quebec City included a tour of Old Town: We started with a stroll ...
... I ended up following the wall around the upper city to the citadel and then back along the Governors promenade. This was a very pretty walk the fall colour are really starting to come out here now. I don't think the photos do justice to the landscape here. For lunch I walked back to the ship, had some soup, fish and veggies. Then I went back out and explored some more. This time I walked along the waters edge ...
... of the guard starts I do not envy the "actors" in this military play with their tall furry hats and red woollen jackets. The heat must be exhausting for them but the deep ingrained discipline takes over and they synchronise perfectly.
Takes me back to being an air cadet and practising hours for the drill competitions our squadron would always win. Buffing our shoes and de-fluffing our uniform, the effort put into shaping the ...
... statues are also featured. The Lower Town is also noted for its wide variety of boutiques, many featuring hand-crafted goods.
We walked through the Lower Town and past the Mural of Quebecers, Place Royale and the Church Notre-Dame-des-Victoires and Rue du Petit Champlain. We were getting pretty hungry so decided to have a pub type lunch at restaurant Le Casse-Cou. I had lasagne, and Dylan poutine, and a beer each. We finished just after ...
... The first problem was getting across the busy traffic on the peripherique that went around the 'islet' the station appeared to be marooned on. Luckily a policeman on point duty sorted out that problem. Then it was indeed UP! The day was hot, and up we toiled, past the hospital, around the corner, along Rue McMahon and then UP Rue d'Auteil, along the remnants of the city walls. UP and UP. By the time we reached ...