Val Des Neiges
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We woke fairly early and enjoyed our first cooked camping breakfast.We had bits and pieces that needed to be used so we had a kind of fry up with scrambled eggs and tomatoes, not bad going on a small camping stove. Our pitch is nice and private as most of them are over here and the toilets and showers immaculately clean. Almost everyone else is French and few people seem to speak English. We have booked yet another whale watching trip- ...
... 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 ...
... great dinner and celebrated. It started to rain, so the manager moved us inside the restaurant where we stayed nice and dry.
We have met a bunch of nice RV people on this trip and everyone says we should drive out the Gaspe Peninsula because of the beauty. So off we go tomorrow. WiFi might be a little spotty, but somehow I'll get a post. We have some whale watching to do.
And the adventure continues,
... you must demonstrate that your threats are not hollow. In our conversation after he said, "Dad, I will admit that I was wailing, but you didn't listen to me when I said I could calm down." Well, at least he has the self awareness to recognize that he was "wailing." Anyway, after we got up Sunday we headed out to Isle d'Orleans. This was a quick drive from the city and we rented an audio tour CD at the information center. The tour ...
... walked across the suspension bridge that crosses the falls (not my favourite part) and walked to the other side of the falls where I descended the 480 steps to reach the bottom of the falls (yes I did walk back up the steps!!). If there’s something to walk and climb – I’m there!! I preferred viewing the Falls from the bottom but at a safe distance. We found out that during the winter, an ice cone ...