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... the battle do Quebec in 1759.
15. Hotel d Esplanade: many of the windows in the facade facing Rue St-Louise are blocked by stone. This is because houses were once taxed by the number of windows they had.
16. Site of Winter Carnaval: the 17 day Carnaval de Quebec happens every February. They have started with the ice sculptures, although fences are keeping tourists out.
17. Hotel du Parlement: constructed in 1884. There is a lot of statues all around ...
... but it was raining hard when we left the restaurant and in the 100 yards between the restaurant and our apartment we got completely soaked. After dinner, I took the kids back to the candy store (Bec et Bonbon ) for what seemed like the 25th time. We are going to try to go tubing in the Jacques Cartier National Park (about 45 minutes North of Quebec) if the weather ...
... even older lower section of the city. There are more cobblestone streets and narrow lanes and we sat in a garden in the shade of a maple tree listening to a fellow playing a harp. We bought maple syrup on a popsicle stick that is made by laying the stick on a bed of shaved ice and dropping liquid maple syrup onto the stick. It softens quickly once out of the ice bed! We went to a large square and I went into the church to have a ...
... was well done. It was a bit tricky navigating the small, cobblestone streets, but we eventually made it back out.
This morning we got up after 8am and I had to walk back to the gate to get the car. After doing the domestics of laundry, we wanted to have a relaxing morning at the campground knowing that it would be a long afternoon exploring the old town. After lunch we drove into downtown and spent 30 minutes driving through the narrow, steep streets trying to find ...
Leaving Pubnico in oversact conditions we travel on through Yarmouth then took the inland trail from Ohio to Digby on the Fundy Bay Quite different to the coastal road and devoid of traffic. Still spruce and maple trees but so pretty wiyh the small strems and lakes . Stopped at Wentworth Lake and spoke with the care taker- 62 yr old retired for 9 years and doing volunteer work. Many stories especially one of his friend who ...
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