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... the next week or so. It’s still cool here although a lot warmer than Prince Edward Island but hopefully well be back to early 20sC once we’re in Chicago/Albuqueruqe.
We were all organized and headed ashore around 9.30am. We had the most fabulous day – the weather was absolutely gorgeous although there was a bit of a nip in the air and decidedly fresh when you were out of the sun. This is a really beautiful city. ...
... east side with expansive grassy areas in between. We hiked clear across to the citadel overlooking the St Lawrence river then along the traverse back to Hotel Frontenac, the luxurious and famous hotel at the heart of Old Quebec City. We toured the Ursuline Convent Museum, a large complex covering an entire block in the old city. The Ursuline nuns came to the new world early in its settlement with a mission to bring education to ...
... station and 7-11. They are spotless and as clean as the toilets in ION.
This is one of the thing that impressed me a lot.
Canadians take great care of public properties as if it is their own.
In the asian countries I have been to, it is the exact opposite.
But I know it is near impossible to replicate this in our country and region. It is a habit and a way of thinking that requires years and resources to cultivate. Plus the fact ...
... the newer part of the city and I can honestly say, I prefer the more historic part. Either way, Quebec is undeniably a beautiful place to visit and I would like to one day return.
Tonight was a bit cooler so we opted for dinner on an outdoor patio at a little Italian restaurant in Place Royal. It was a beautiful setting and the food was delicious. I had my first taste of goat cheese and I have to say that it was not near ...
... It recounts the birth of French culture in North America and bears witness to the earliest contacts between French-speaking North America and the people's from other cultures. It also contains an old chapel that has been secularised and now serves as a concert hall, auditorium and a conference centre. A really impressive building and well restored. After a lunch of crepes and chicken at Restaurant L'Omelette we headed back to our hotel to ...