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... fields between villages, many people sell fruits and vegetables from little stands in front of their homes. Everything is so neat and tidy. Some of the fruit stands even have cute little lace curtains. All of the road and building signs are written in french. Strawberries are in season now, along with apples, plums, corn and beans, among others. There are two wineries on the island as well. All kinds of cheeses and fresh breads are made here. ...
Up a bit earlier, out for a great breakfast. It had snowed a little overnight but it was warm this morning, about 2c so lots of melting snow and ice. Did some shopping for ski gear on the way back to hotel to brush teeth :-) We made our way up to the ice rink for the kids to skate again and to grab a nice coffee for Melinda and I. We did some exploring in the top part of the old town up ...
... Back in the old city we strolled past many amazing buildings on our way to our hotel. It is such an amazing place. We had some lunch (which I accidentally ordered a sandwich with blue cheese on it) and a little rest so that we could be energised to climb the wall. Even Samuel was excited about climbing the wall, however we had a false start as I took the stroller, and there was no way I could lug the stroller up all of those stairs. So on our second ...
... Diamond. Rich merchants set up shop in this public square. When the English took over the merchants, ship owners and shipbuilders transformed it into a trade hub. It slowly fell into decline but now with tourists the old city has been transformed into shops selling all sorts of goods, restaurants and places to stay.
The tour ending in a little street of french style building where the locals sell their merchandise and it is expensive. Claude ...
... 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 ...