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... the silly push down plug didn't work so he had to have a shower instead. That was interesting too you have to figure out how to use the plumbing at each apartment you go to. Here you have a silly shower curtain around the shower head. You feel a prisoner in the bath tub.
Finished today’s blog while Richard was watching DVD's and I listened in too. 9.30pm bedtime and tomorrow morning I will go online to look for the next place to ...
... the road expectantly, monitoring his text, mumbling something over and over over and over, for a hour or so, gave me some concern. All the passengers in the front 6 rows around this guy were older women or women with children.The driver was way down in the seat a small elderly guy.
So I gave Barbara my long grey scarf and told her to take it back to her seat directly behind this guy. I told her to wrap one end around one hand and ...
... I'm glad I had the address written down and could estimate a fee, as that was the only communication that happened between myself and the French-speaking driver. He'd told me about $60, so I had just enough cash. We seemed to travel for ages through the outskirts of the city. The further we travelled toward my destination, the more the buildings began to resemble what I had come to Quebec to see. The streets began to become steeper and steeper, roads became more winding, ...
... city with no hotel reservations I beat it over to Timmies and used their WIFI to book a motel. That left me free to explore old Quebec city and of course take photo's. I really enjoyed myself seeing all of the great buildings once again. last time I was in Quebec City was with a friend and we drove his MG to Quebec. My first stickshift experience!
Tomorrow I have one stopover in Trois-Rivieres - Our Lady of the Cape Shrine and then continue home.
... were more icebergs around, and of course, it was summer when we were there.
The frozen Montmorency Waterfalls was just incredibly beautiful - frozen water on top of the fall and water gushing underneath. You could hear the sound of the fall, but you could not see the water under the ice.
When the waiter at breakfast tells you to take care when you step out, as it rained the night before, and rain + snow = ice, and the cobbled stones ...