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... exploring all the hilly, winding streets & 17th century buildings. It really is unique, everyone said we'd love it & we did!! It has retained the feel of a French village, cobble stones & all, you would think you're in Europe!
Old Quebec is a UNESCO World Heritage Site - awarded because it is only city in North America to preserve ...
Alarm went off at 5.30 and I was out the door by 5.40 after a sleepy goodbye to Claire - à bientôt en Europe j'espère!! Now waiting for the bus to Montréal. Writing Toronto as the entry for today makes me excited - feel a bit like I'm going on holiday by venturing out of Québec?! So, bought a return ticket for Montréal-Gaspé... Will take the bus during the night, and half of the day, after getting back from Toronto and spend my final ...
... but not quite as large overall. We walked up about 500 steps (no joke) to get to the top. At the top you find a cool suspension bridge across the top of the falls. After that, the kids had an ice cream treat and we headed back down. Exhausted, we returned to the city and rested before heading out for some dinner. The dinner, inexpensive but not particularly good, too all of 15 minutes, and we walked down part of St. Jean that we hadn't yet seen. We ended up at the ...
... the glass windows that were made in Paris, the glass portrayed a city that had a church dedicated to St Anne. When you keep walk you see a relica which contains the forearm bone of St Anne. Down the stairs you see a chapel dedicated to Mary, St Anne's daughter. In the chapel you could see an organ, which was very unusually. Then we got 30 minutes to look around. Getting back on the bus, everyone was tired and hungry. We first went to a white restaurant ...
... and muted colors painted on buildings, doors, and window trim - the more washed-out cousin to New Orleans' famous brightly painted houses.
Down the hill is the very oldest part of the city, now called Petit Champlain after Samuel Champlain, the founder of Quebec. This section dates to around 1600, when the first buildings were constructed. Since then, Quebec developed as ...