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... and flushed then off to get antibiotic and steroid drops (do you think he will grow muscles?) Maybe between the ears I told him, lol.
Spent the rest of the afternoon walking with Addie and Joey in old town. Although we did stop in to a Starbucks, yikes!!! Oh but sooooo good.
Back to the ...
After a seven day journey, during which we covered around 2000 miles we are now back in Quebec City. In the intervening seven days, fall has fully taken hold. During the final few hours of the journey along the St Lawrence River, the banks and hillsides we pass are covered in trees at the peak of their autumn colours.
We disembark and meet up with Margarita, our very exuberant and talkative guide for an ...
... front. After lunch all went smoothly and the landscape more interesting. Unfortunately my bike camera memory card is full and I can't transfer to my hard drive, also the bike mount is broken. Therefore no pics or video to share the views. Close to Québec my climbing skills got tested, short but steep climbs. Legs felt pretty well, especially considering the distance done. Tomorrow will ...
... is on offer. They’re cheap and filling and nice stodge foods, but fried and with all sorts of cheap fillings, they’re not a patch on my Aunty Monica’s.
We also enjoyed a superb Lebanese plate at the local Kebab place for around $8 for something the two of us struggled to finish. It seems every town, no matter how small will offer a cheap Middle Eastern take away and it’s very likely that, if we can avoid grabbing a kebab every time, these ...
... held the city. The ironic thing about the fort is that it was never attacked. By the time it was completed in 1871 the threat of American attack on the newly form Canada republic was non existent. On entering the citadel we followed the inner walls through a long corridor and got our addmision for free as this was covered by our National Parks pass. Score! Included in this entry, and the only way to see the citadel was a guided tour for an hour. We didnt mind as we were going ...