Gouverneur Relais Saint Jean
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... We have achieved so much and yet condemn so many to a historical type of suffering. The amazement goes hand in hand with a cold sort of horror. And of course, train stations are all caught up in the history of geopolitics and empire. Just the other day, the Dutch man I met was telling me all about pointless railways out in Siberia that Stalin had ordered built as a means of fortifying the border against China. And all over the world, ...
... in our homes and hotels. The next morning we had scheduled a walking tour of old Quebec. This city is divided into a lower area near the St. Lawrence River and then the bluffs above. The climb up the crooked streets and many steps made me feel like I was out of shape. Later we found that you could take a gondola type escalator to the upper part of old Quebec, of course this is what we did the next day. Our walking tour of Quebec was interesting. Highlights were, ...
... do look American though. But there is a major fatal difference! There is no corner shop! It's really different from the UK where you can easily get a carton of milk just round the corner of the street. Anyway, it's a nice 1 hour walk in the morning and I finally found a cafe to have my breakfast.
Montreal is well known to be a safe city, however, in this very cafe I am having breakfast right now, a guy just stole a phone from a customer. That guy ran ...
... forgotten when we saw the view. It was incredible and really highlighted how high we had climbed. We sat and absorbed the surroundings. In the area in front of the chateau was a piano which anyone could play. Before we started walking up the mountain we were chatting to a young engineer from Atlanta who was holidaying in Montreal. She played the piano and was a very accomplished pianist. The walk down was much easier, although ...
... conversation. A safe trip salute awaiting me as I get my rig ready for a ride, Ronnie was always sitting next to his window on the upper deck as you can see in the picture, he watchs like a hawk. I posted a picture of the rear parking and Ronnie's window on the upper deck.
I will keep on riding till my departure and will add as I go along...
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