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... very nice it was too!
It was the end of our few days in Québec City and we had gained a fascinating insight into this French-speaking part of Canada. Ness' only French phrase wasn't useful unfortunately (would you like to go to the ice rink with me?) but somehow we managed to get by with the little bit of Delboy French that we know and it seemed to work... Mange tout Rodney, mange tout!
... history. There are statues, a citadel, cobbled streets, large stone buildings as big as castles, flowers, neat shops, street art and street performers, farmers markets and a beautiful waterfront. Quebec City is on the St. Lawrence River and if you imagine it as a funnel, it's where it narrows in to the lakes. It's a beautiful spot.
... got to a place called ashbury. This was a fast food place that specialized in great poutine – a Canadian specialty of chips, gravy and cheese. We had lunch here and moved on.This time Alex, tom, Richard, Sam, Anita, Geeta and Cam joined us. We walked up the street, found a hockey gear place, we had a look here, then went to a gelato place to try some maple gelato. By the way it was very cold and windy walking around, so ...
So I promised one of my friends I would take photographs of everything on this trip, including my food. The problem with the food is I'm usually halfway through enjoying it before I remember my promise, especially here in Quebec City. This means my friend is going to be presented with a lot of photos of half empty plates and I'm not sure she's going to be impressed.
Just yesterday I was happily, oh so happily, tucking into my French ...
... t staying there.
Back in town we went walking along Rue St Paul - checked out the markets & Hotel Germaine Dominion. Drinks in the lounge by the fire with hotel management, then great degustation dinner at Panache with matched wines.
Thursday - relaxing morning with breakfast in hotel, then hotel car drove us just 5 mins to the train station where we caught the train to Montreal (3 hours)