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... the Old City, done by a local artist. It was entitled "Once Upon A Time in Old Quebec", and I would have to say it truly was. Although we never again had a day as warm as last Sunday we did indeed have beautiful sunny days that made our walking tours, and picture taking, wonderful. The wind fluctuated between 7 to maybe 15 mph. So if you were protected a bit from the wind you could even be warm. Our first walking tour was on Tues. ...
... something I never anticipated needing when clothing the crew in Miami. A brisk but clear morning, we dodged lobster pots and meandered our way up the wooded coastline spotting our first cold water friend, a seal, slowly bobbing up and down the waves of our wake as we made our way to our first anchorage outside picturesque town near Shoal Bay.
The thick fog rolled in again the next morning surrounding us all day and diminishing visibility to no more than a couple dozen ...
... and Great Britain in 1763. At its peak in 1712, the territory of New France, also sometimes known as the French North American Empire or Royal New France, extended from Newfoundland to the Rocky Mountains and from Hudson Bay to the Gulf of Mexico.
Remember all those statuses of those men in Old Quebec City? :) Behind every single man there's a thick book of history filled with their life adventures. That's the same for me ...
... feet, Montmorency is 98 feet higher than Niagara. The remnants of earthen forts built by British General Wolfe are located in the eastern portion of the park. They were constructed in 1759. The landings below Quebec City were repulsed by French General Montcalm at Montmorency Falls, costing the British 440 soldiers. Ultimately a successful assault was launched when Wolfe made a surprise attack by climbing the cliffs below ...
... one we visited had a great iPad based tour that the kids really enjoyed and explained every stone and plank used in the place. Of note, the Plains of Abraham as a modern park was designed by Frederick Todd, the student of Olmstead (designer of Central Park, Yale, etc.). It is a beautiful park and I'm looking forward to exploring it further. We had some delicious Lebanese food after the tours and rested until 5pm or so. In the evening we headed out ...
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500 Beaupre Boulevard, Beaupre | 3 star hotelfrom $97
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201 Rue Val Des Neiges, Beaupre | 3 star hotelfrom $94
355 Rue Dupont, Beaupre | Hotelfrom $142