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... attire. Next minute there was paper being thrown from the roof tops and they atarted hugging people in the crowd and dancing with them. It had a super creepy vibe. Moving on to the next station we followed big illuminous balloons. We came to what I can only describe as a carnival of death - there was a merry go round where people sat in the seats which were made out of different types of coffins, an organ auction, a skeleton band, life expectancy metre and various other stalls. ...
Did the walking tour of old town today, saw some of the most beautiful streets which reminded us both of old parts in Paris as their is a large French influence within Quebec City ! We got to see all of the historic parts within the walls of old Quebec and wow it was awesome ...
... Outside the Chateau is a nice boardwalk that was very popular with cruise ship passengers walking up and down enjoying the views of the St Lawrence River. From here you have a good view of the hill up to the Citadel, whose construction was completed in 1831. We didn’t visit there today, we are saving that for another day.
For lunch I had a burger and Jenny had Poutine. A Canadian tradition from the Quebec region it is basically chips (fries), ...
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So dinner settled, I am set for home.
On the way back I met Monica so we chat and took the bus home together.
She's a nice person.
Asked if I wanna watch movie with her and friends, but I was too tired.
Saturday we are going to the Beer Festival together... V, I promise I will be careful :)
Home sweet Home.
V, you are always my baby.
I love you <3
... a family that we had got to know quite well on the trip. Liza and Kim had 2 daughters Bianca and Sienna and they got along with our girls really well. They are both teachers but Kim is the one doing the exchange. He is at a school in London, out of Toronto. They are from Byron Bay.
Anyway we walked around the streets of old Quebec and I understand why so many people refer to it as the crown jewel of French Canada. I have never seen anything so beautiful. It ...