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After our enjoyable stop at Prince Edward Island, our next day was spent sailing down the St Lawrence waterway, a huge expanse of water. We woke to sunshine but there was a cold win blowing, and we could see on the one shoreline in sight some snow capped mountains which provided good reason. We had stayed out way beyond our usual bedtime the night before, dancing to some great Motown music from the band on board and after a ...
... strange. We had lamb shanks but it all looked very dark on the plate - served on a bed of baked beans. The waiter had come around with bottles of wine saying "White or Red" and we had all assumed that they were included in the meal - we were then presented with a bill. We paid. When we got back to the room the guide phoned to say she had arranged a refund for us all because it wasn't appropriate what had happened.
... 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!
... but most speak English) all the signs were in French. I felt like we were in France not Canada. in the afternoon we went for a ferry ride which was a great way to view the city. We also saw the Fairmount hotel which is a beautiful historic building.
The second day in Quebec we visited the the Citadelle which is where the Governor General and the 22 Regiment museum. It is also the largest ...
... in summer especially. We found a little restaurant just down a short
distance called Marie de Beaupre and had our lunch there. It was very good and we all came away stuffed!
Next stop, the Parc du Montmorency, focussed on a high waterfall. It’s quite spectacular! They have some cable cars that take you from a visitor centre up to the cliff at the top of the falls where there’s a nice inn, a park and lots of lookoff spots. There ...