Holiday Inn Express Quebec City (Sainte-Foy)
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... starvation and plague, hundreds of thousands of Irish immigrated to the New World, often bringing typhus with them.
The story of Grosse Īle's 100 year history is the dramatic story both of the populating of Canada by increasingly diverse waves of people, and of the fight against infectious disease by the scientific and medical communities. Not until the 1880s did the microbe theory ...
... the square we saw a trompe l'oeil fresco depicting many famous figures from Quebec's history. We posed for a group photo in front of this.
Just off the square, we also saw a 3-D movie about Samuel de Champlain and how a well-known painting of him was created.
Following our time in the Basse-Ville, we boarded our bus to head out to the countryside for the day. Our first stop was at the Hotel de Glace, one ...
... was called to disembark. From the terminal I got a cab to the train station. Here I check my bags onto the train -which wasn't till 1. Then I went for a walk around the area, it was very quiet out on the streets, it was still early for a Saturday, and a little chilly. I didn't really go anywhere in particular, it took me a little while to get my bearing and find familiar landmarks. The fall colors on mont Royal and coining ...
... it is so popular with Americans as it is the most culture they are likely to find without a plane ticket or heading proper south. I want to say even without everyone speaking French it feels French, but since I've only been to France skiing, and those towns have a different feel anyway I can't really make the claim. It certainly feels old with narrow windy streets and small pavements in front of 3 storey terraced buildings. And when I say everyone speaks ...
... put the man under house arrest at the Citadel as it was a security risk.
The next day me and Andrew went to the Citadel and saw the changing of the guard. We joined an organised tour and saw a few items that had been stolen from the Germans. You could identify them because they were painted grey.
In the afternoon we met Becci and we watched the Military parade. Andrew was very happy as he got to see some Mountie's in their Red Serge.