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Today the weather forecast predicted storms from lunch time. I decided we would spend our morning walking the entire Great Wall of Quebec and anticipated an afternoon inside. We set out via the bakery and began our journey. Again Samuel was really excited about walking along the wall, and we knew that we would stop for a picnic along the way which helped spur him on. I was starving as there was not enough milk left for me to have cereal, so our picnic of ...
... full cirque-du-soleil act provided free of charge five nights a week during the summer. It was an incredible show that reminded me what the human body is capable of with enough time spent among generally strange people with a bit of sheer talent thrown in. After the show, the whole crowd proceeds a couple of blocks away to the docks across from a massive factory with unsightly gray walls ten stories high and nearly half a mile ...
... find Marie and Imane dancing in the living room, so of course I joined them. Then went with Claire and Guillaume to the sports shop again for a few things needed for their bikes, and then to a supermarket which seemed to be a lot further away than it actually was, where we bought loads of fruit which was not ideal to carry back! Ate too much pasta, green beans and plantains for lunch then we all sat around the able cutting the fruit for the fruit salad - it's looking ...
... from the waist downwards!
Things are bigger and better in Canada, as they are all over South America. The trucks are mind-blowingly large and look impossible to manoeuvre. The fire trucks included. In general the people are not quite so large but every once in a while someone surprises one!!
Today, promises to be another gorgeous day..29 deg. Way warmer than we imagined and with a hint of humidity it feels CHAUD! Hard ...
... and muted colors painted on buildings, doors, and window trim - the more washed-out cousin to New Orleans' famous brightly painted houses.
Down the hill is the very oldest part of the city, now called Petit Champlain after Samuel Champlain, the founder of Quebec. This section dates to around 1600, when the first buildings were constructed. Since then, Quebec developed as ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking