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... to go white water rafting instead but I was out-voted as the rest of the family want to see a beluga whale and this wil probably be the only place we are likely to see them unless we manage to make a trip to the Arctic.
After packing up -( I will be so glad to get home and not have to pack up every couple of days - each time I manage to pack things in different places and it's driving me mad not being able to find things) we ...
... monks from France in 1615. 2nd monument; Monument to Samuel de Champlain. Who founded Quebec in 1608.
10. Basilique Notre-Dame: the Basilica dates back to 1647. The golden interior is ornate. Just next door is an all white inner courtyard of the historic.
11. Hotel-de-Ville (City Hall): to left of City hall is Edifice Price, Old City's tallest building at 18 stories built in 1929. Just across the road from city hall is a small statue celebrating the ...
... for. The place was packed! We were just getting ready to cry uncle and try again tomorrow night, when we got caught up in the crowd and basically herded to the area directly in front of the stage. Camden made the comment that he could now say that he had scored 'floor seats' for a concert.
I was still not feeling all that great, so the idea of standing packed in this crowd for the next 30 minutes was not all that ...
So,what did we do today? First of all, we slept very well -- it is cool in the evening here and good for sleeping. Sue and I went for a run around the city this morning -- along the boardwalk to Cap Diamant and back to the St. Lawrence river. It was a good run but there were a lot of steps. We then took the kids to the Museum of Civilisation where we saw some cool exhibits about 400 years of Quebec history -- including the Quiet ...
... old town Europe. The roads around the city are cobblestone with narrow alleyways and amazingly the old part of the city is still surrounded by its great walls which were built to stop the British attacking the city.
The first day in the city included a short city tour which showed the important buildings in the city that were most important during French occupation. I had dinner down a road which was just full of restaurants and literally ...
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