Four Points by Sheraton Quebec
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... we were picked up in the vans and driven to la Basilisque Saint Anne de Beaupre where we toured the Basilica and attended mass. Afterwards we drove to the foot of Mont St Anne, a huge ski hill, and climbed it. The weather was freezing and rainy and the hill was super steep! Usually when I hike I climb a steep hill, then go down for a little while, but this hill was just up. RELENTLESS. It took us about two hours to climb to the top and we almost had to bury a few ...
... However, so far we have been greeted with nothing but friendly smiles and fun broken English conversation.
Getting out of Saint-Roch, we also played tourist for a day by exploring the old town and its surroundings. Quebec City is the only fully fortified city in North America and definitely has a very European feel due to the old architecture and hilly cobblestone streets. If we ever decide to move somewhere where we ...
... a crazy gig - nudity was involved and an epic crowd surfing fail and that was just the band!
15 minutes from Quebec by car...a delightful hour and a half by bus... lies a Wendat (First Nation) settlement and museum - Wendake. I didn't really know what to expect...obviously not wigwams and feather headdresses but what? a simple town it turns out..with added dreamcatchers and animal furs. As it's the low season I ended up with a ...
... cheese! What a surprise, a girl from Yorkshire who likes chips and gravy! Poutine is not my thing! From here we explored the lower town, walked around to the Farmers Market and onto the supermarket for some shopping for dinner. A quiet night in as we were both a little tired after our 18 hours on a train.
The following day we walked up to the Plains of Abraham, a famous battle field which saw the British army see off the French who owned Quebec ...
... or Haute Ville and lower, Basse Ville.
It has a considerable population but it felt like a large small town. We went to Chez Girard Pub. The bartender only spoke a little English which was fun. We had Ricard's Red which is yummy and Ricard's white is actually Blue Moon with popcorn. Then shooters. They don't say shots, they say shooters.
Walked around Rue Viger and Rue Saint-Vallier. Then bed!