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... falls is an 83m high waterfall (30m higher than Niagra falls). We were all very excited to be going - although Samuel did ask if we could climb the Quebec wall again. I assured him there would be lots of climbing involved today, and I took it as a good sign that he didn't groan. At the park we immediately bought our ticket for the cable car because we knew that was what Tom would want us to do. As I've mentioned before, he loves going to the top of mountains. we hopped in ...
... we could get the limo tour. After lunch we had hours to kill and I am so glad we aren't sitting on a park bench because it is getting a bit chilly out. Our train leaves at 10:10 pm tonight and we are picked up at 8:30 pm from the hotel. We have to go to Charney (sp?) since the train will be too long to turn around in Québec. We are so not looking forward to sleeping on the train in the teeny-tiny stateroom... Then we will arrive in Halifax after 5 pm ...
... I chose not to dawn my rain gear. Five minutes later, it was too late. I made a further error and decided to ride it out. There was no escaping. I spent the next 3 hours in a thunderstorm. On the other hand, I had no other choice, I had to keep going. There was nowhere to hide anyway. Even the gas stations had no roofs, just pumps. I persevered and made it to the outskirts of Quebec City. There was so much water on the road and on my ...
... in the scary bike lane right next to cars!
On our bikes we rode to Old-Montreal, where we visited an Archeology Museum. We made use of the English tours, and learnt some really interesting history about the city of Montreal and Quebec (as the Provence.. I.E a State).
We also saw the original grave yard, which was dug up and then preserved, the original sewage system and part of this massive wall that they built to keep the English out... it didn't work ...
We awoke late and decided to miss breakfast and grab an early lunch in town. But before lunch we strolled around Place Royal in the lower town area and took the Funicular up the escarpment to visit the Quebec Cathedral where the bells were tolling. It was really enchanting with all the white snow every where. We then discovered the Mussee de L'Amerique Francaise housed in the old Quebec Seminary (Seminaire de Quebec) located close to the famous ...
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