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... had been lovingly and painstakingly moved to its present site beside a convent and another gorgeous church. Another Moulin pulled us off the highway where there was a local artist fair and we sat and enjoyed a coffee and dessert after touring the exhibits. After this serendipitous morning we continued to travel east through quaint towns and farms where we had plans to see our friends Andre and Normand in the little town of Lotbiniere. They have a beautiful ...
... beautiful as we creep closer to the next city on our route, a river 70 miles wide at its gulf, it stretches like the open ocean and despite the calendar date we spotted snow topped mountains just inland of the river. Summer seems to finally want to make an appearance bringing more sun and higher temperatures as we finally rejoice in short sleeves. Today we land in Québec City, the oldest North American city and the only one walled north of Mexico. We had our most ...
... to get in contact with an amazing warmshowers host, Anne-Marie, who gave me a room and turned over a set of keys. We had some great times biking around late at night and sharing meals together. The second day of my three night stay, another cyclist showed up at Anne-Marie's, Shambrait of Nelson, BC. We explored the city together finding secret beaches, touring the Fairmont Chateau Frontenac, and visiting the circus. Ah the ...
... to sit down and cry about not being in Australia where people went to water in such hot weather. Alas, I did not sit down and cry. On we continued to walk, and the moment I saw a park I took the lead and headed into it.
Much to my delight, I found a great fountain that was so big that children were running around in it getting drenched as if it were some sort of water park. We stood close by, and let the wind bring ...
... in Quebec City is easy. Everyone we met spoke English. And very well. We were in two minds about greeting people’s ‘bonjour’ with a ‘bonjour’ of our own since it always lead to more French words, confused looks and the inevitable ‘..oh, english?’, ‘yeah, english’.
We had heard that French Canadians were "More French than the French". I’m not really sure what that means but we took it to mean they would be very ...