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... and no matter what building you are looking at, a backdrop such as these autumn leaves can make any building fascinating.
After returning to the ship we had to participate in the lifeboat drill. The area captain for our station not only turned out to be an Aussie but grew up just a few kilometres from my home town on the Coast. Such a small world!
I will finish with an interesting fact I learnt today. When he told us, it was such a good ...
... via the ferry which gave spectacular views of the old town. We meandered around the old town for most of the day, checking out all the shops and markets. A highlight of the day was trying the local Poutine (a bowl of roasted potatoes, gravy cheese curds, pickled onions, among other things) at Chic Shack for lunch. We were happily comatosed after the delicious feast!! After lunch we walked around the Citadel, the largest fort in North American, before heading home for ...
... to come back again the next day. I was pretty tired by this stage, but decided to go for it. I was really glad I did, because as it was I spent nearly three hours there the next day, there was so much to see! They had several new galleries, one on the history of video games, which doesn't sound like something I'd normally be interested in. It was however, and brought back some memories, and smiles to my face as I recalled times right back to my childhood when I'd played ...
We had another late start. Now the bank holiday was over we could finally call around to source a tyre. I find it unbelievable that it is so ************e around here. Basically no one in Montreal had a rear Dual sport tyre for a KLR 650. Finally found one in Quebec City. We left Montreal across the Pont Jacques-Cartier (bridge). The air was thick with smog from fires in Northern Quebec. Winds from the North were blowing the ...
... tour of the Citadel which had wonderful views of the surrounding St Laurence River and harbour area.
Following the tour we had an early lunch at an authentic French restaurant ...