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... the only city in North America to have conserved the major part of its defence system. Old Quebec is surrounded by a Fortification that was built to protect the city. It was developed between 1608 and 1871 and was Canada's main stronghold during the colonial period. Part of the Fortifications tower over the St Laurent River and covers an area of approximately 4.6kms.
At the heart of the Fortifications stands the Citadel which was built in 1871. Old ...
... of the St.Lawrence River. Buskers and musicians are plentiful along this walkway and the whole feel of the place is very European. We headed up through the streets some of which are filled with artists and their paintings Here there is another church worth a quick visit, the Basilique-Cathedrale Notre Dame de Quebec, which has an impressive gilded altarpiece. After all this walking it was time for a beer before walking further ...
... Diamond. Rich merchants set up shop in this public square. When the English took over the merchants, ship owners and shipbuilders transformed it into a trade hub. It slowly fell into decline but now with tourists the old city has been transformed into shops selling all sorts of goods, restaurants and places to stay.
The tour ending in a little street of french style building where the locals sell their merchandise and it is expensive. Claude ...
... How big is this St Lawrence River – there are lots of times we can’t see land and its choppy like an ocean – although the boat doesn’t move – must have really good stabilisers. Lots of things happening on board so plenty to do if you want to. John laying low to get over his cold.
... her she'd have broken something for sure, probably her neck, there was no safety net that I could see. They had an act on that terrifying giant wheel that spins around while the acrobat runs on the inside of it, and then the OUTSIDE. So many times I thought he was going to fall, but I'm pretty sure that arm flailing and stumbling was part of the act. It was hard to get any decent photos as you weren't allowed to use flash (for obvious reasons) and I was a few rows back, ...