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... Quebec City. Quebec City's historic Old Town is the only walled city in North America. After a short walk through the narrow streets, we took the funicular to the Upper Town. The combination of architecture, trees, flowers, and even a black squirrel made our trip a visual delight and of course there was the stop at Starbucks. Back on the ship, Lee headed for a workout and I began work on the blog. Tonight we have a dinner reservation at the Polo ...
... historical monuments and churches. We saw the view over the St Lawrence river from Battlefields Park, walked part of the city wall and wandered through the side streets. There seems to be people performing in all the little squares and seating was even provided. We finished with a walk along the edge of the upper part of the city before returning back to the hotel.
... as a snowman.
We made our way towards the carnival with our first stop being at bonhommes house. The first thing that jumped out at me (granted it was kinda late on a school night) was the visible lack of people. For a festival with such hype surrounding t, it was insane to see how little people there were. We skipped straight into bonhommes house which was made entirely from snow and ice and fully decked out with tvs, a kitchen, ...
... night cap and immediately headed back to our hostel for showers and bed once we had finished our maple flavoured delights. Today was a day of sensory over stimulation...the feeling of the warm sun on our faces, sights of a beautiful skyline, the pressure under our feet as we pounded the pavement, the smells of fresh spices, the sounds of bubbles excitingly popping in our sparkling cider and a kalodeiscope of flavours dancing on our taste buds from beautiful wines, cheeses, meats and silky chocolates. Now that is what I call ...
... and Great Britain in 1763. At its peak in 1712, the territory of New France, also sometimes known as the French North American Empire or Royal New France, extended from Newfoundland to the Rocky Mountains and from Hudson Bay to the Gulf of Mexico.
Remember all those statuses of those men in Old Quebec City? :) Behind every single man there's a thick book of history filled with their life adventures. That's the same for me ...