Le Manoir d'Auteuil
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... time looking at all the artisans paintings, clothing, etc. Warren bought me a lovely Tourquise and pewter ring. the street entertainers were great, they are all over the place and are scheduled on so they move spots all over.
my back is still giving me a bit of trouble so we decided to go back to the apartment and have a rest and then go out for dinner. It had been raining on and off most of the day but as we were getting ready to go ...
... 232;me brûlée and I had seasonal fruit and chamomile tart, shortbread crust, cloudberry coulis. I just asked Shelley what she would give this restaurant on a scale of 1 to 10 and we're both giving it a very high firm 9. After supper we came up and had another glass of wine, and then we went to bed. Having woken up I went next-door to grab a Tim Hortons steeped tea and Greek yogurt for my lady and I am enjoying a cuppa coffee and we're planning our ...
... glad I have three weeks here and not more. First 'souper' done! Remi and I serve the food and clear the table for each course. The first course is a meat/fish with rice and veg, the second is a salad, the third is dessert. Today was samon cooked with some secret spice recipe and was the best samon I've ever eaten! Dessert was a maple syrup cake, pf which we have the left overs. There were 18 of us at the table, people from ...
... to have for dinner and what we needed to buy ... shame we forgot to buy the chicken (doh!), so had to go out again. So much for saving the planet, we walked first time ... used car to go back!
All this not working is messing with my brain.
Lots to see / do in Quebec City, see list of items, so we were up and out pretty early - every day.
A downtown and an uptown to discover. It's like ...
... list of World Heritage Treasures. The monument recalls the UNESCO emblem, where the world is represented by a circle, and human accomplishments by a square. The prism in the center symbolizes the historic part of Quebec City as a World Heritage Site.
Continuing down Rue Saint-Louis, on the corner of rue du Tresor, there is the former palais de Justice (courtroom). Built in 1887 by E.E. Tache, the palais stands on the site of a ...