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... which was two mills side by side on an artificial lake flooded everyday from the St Lawrence to saw wood and grind grain...purchased some Buckwheat flour - very picturesque.
Onto the church de Sanctuarie Cap de Madeline - huge and fascinating - multiple stained glass
windows on a big piece of riverside property - now E on the Royal Road (we are in Quebec) to
Multiple attractive ...
... and unfortunately we are getting too used to it. Looks like I'll be working a bit longer if we want to continue to stay in places like this. We're shown to our suite with views over the city. It's called a city view room. We can only take their word for that because we can't even see over the road the snow is so heavy. Did I mention before how heavy the snow is? It was so heavy we couldn't go for our customary walk around town so we explored the hotel and somehow ended ...
... 12 of us on a city bus with vague intructions on when we should get off and together we braved a foreign city and bus system. A few people were close to crying, but I think they were tired and sore from our hike as well as hungry and wanting to get home. We laughed a lot about how the leaders dumped us off to scramble to find our ways to strange neighbourhoods on a strange bus, but in the end we all made it. Dinner was incredible and then the Grandmont's had a Bible study ...
... to Blake and I and started explaining to us that it was 'muffler shisha' so we were smoking shisha from the cars. No tabacco or nicotine - apparently there was hash in one of them but he wouldn't say which haha. We tried a few different flavours killing time until the station 4 show finished and we got a spot to watch from.
The final station was some what of a circus type acrobatics theatre show. Very entertaining and pretty impressive. I think the idea of the show was that ...
... down the Escalier Casse-Cou (Breakneck Stairs)--very steep, but we all made it safely! Our guide, Jacques, pointed out interesting sights along the way as we made our way to Place Royale and saw the Notre-Dame des Victoires church. This parish was established 350 years ago and this is the oldest stone church in Quebec, dating from 1688. Place Royale itself is considered to be the birthplace of French North America.