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... to walk the steps. This area has been restored nicely and is now a very beautiful area but in the early 1900's this place was the slum of the city. Now it is an upscale area of beautiful art galleries, fur shops, designer clothing and souvenir shops. As the rain picked up we were heading to the Place du Marche du Viex Port, or farmers market, so we picked up the pace. The market was a filled with lots of fresh ...
... Saint Jean to the first arch entry looked at the armory then walked up the stairs onto the fortified wall of the old city and followed it to the Citadelle.
Sat on the outer wall looking at Parc des Champs-de-Bataille this area I think is part of the Plains of Abraham where General Wolf (English) and General Montcalm (French) went into battle in 1759 both died that day and the English won.
The Citadelle was constructed ...
... for remains of the once great chateau. Jenny found three items! See photo!
After this we went to the Lower Town and you can see pictures of me pretending, or making it look like I am going to fall of a children’s sailing ship inspired climbing frame.
On our last full day we further explored (and picnicked on) the Plains of Abraham, saw some beautiful autumnal scenes, saw the whole length of the Rue St Jean and perused one of the ...
... was going to leave Singapore... I took a taxi from V house.
V was shocked that I sat right next to the taxi driver. He said that no one does that.
I like to sit beside the taxi driver, so I can have a proper conversation with him.
It is also a little like giving him some respect... because I don't see him as my personal chauffeur.
In fact, that night, that taxi driver asked me the same question ...
... I'm glad I had the address written down and could estimate a fee, as that was the only communication that happened between myself and the French-speaking driver. He'd told me about $60, so I had just enough cash. We seemed to travel for ages through the outskirts of the city. The further we travelled toward my destination, the more the buildings began to resemble what I had come to Quebec to see. The streets began to become steeper and steeper, roads became more winding, ...