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... Very interesting even in French. Then he played the organ for me. The last piece he will play for mass in the morning - the first movement from C. M. Widor's 5th Symphony. Just wonderful. Now I am across the street at this marvelous Pastissorie Simon. Had an eu Claire to die for. With cream, not custard. The special for the day is 1/2 baguette 8oz. Soupe for 3 $ C. I may have to come back! I was telling Danny about my Willan ancestors and ...
... to the outer wall of the city and began walking around it. The wall runs around the old part of city which back in the day was to protect it from invasion. There were some nice views of the river and the lower districts along the water front. It was nice and sunny, but super windy. It was difficult walking up the streets with the headwind. Beth informed us on our walking tour yesterday that the walls ...
... the wait staff for their excellent behaviour at dinner. We've come to expect this of our Eagles wherever we go, but it's still nice to hear!
Also within walking distance was our next stop, the Plains of Abraham for our nighttime snowshoeing adventure. After an orientation, we strapped on our snowshoes and headed out, passing by snow sculptures and one of the main Carnaval sites on our way. The weather was perfect ...
... satisfied with Gilles directions so he keyed in the Orleans Golf Course which we followed. The directions on the GPS
were the same as what Gilles gave us first we went on the big highway we can see from the apartment so much construction with under and over passes but we managed to get to Hwy440E.
Lovely drive along the Lawrence River till we hit the construction work at the beginning of the massive ...
... there I headed to the Citadel which takes up most of the raised area close to the water. Originally built by the French, it was spruced up by the British, after the American's had a stab at claiming Canada too. All of this occured here, as it was a key city for trade and supply routes to Europe. Whilst you can pay to see the Citadel I decided it probably wasn't worth it. It isn't a fanciful castle, the buildings are all low and sensible so there's not much ...