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... think it means nothing baked! So even if they say yes we do gluten free it doesn''t really mean they do. In Quebec most people speak French the menus are in French. However I am not going hungry so we are cracking the code
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... away to get some much needed sustenance. We wander down the cobble stone streets (still sneaking in the odd shot or 5) and end up at Café du Paris. We spot a pretty good lunch deal - $20 for a soup du jour and a main meal. We are seated and our choices are taken and we chit chat about how beautiful the city is and how we are glad that we came here. The soup was cream of asparagus and was delish. Then came the mains – I had the chicken and mushroom and Hinesh ...
... why I kept returning!) and a very interesting 3 hours exploring Maori culture, Quebec history and a fantastic display visiting from Paris on The Belle Epoch, the years between the late 1880's and 1914, when art and culture, architecture, and the expositions were at their height. That is my favourite period of French art, so I was in my element! It was after 6pm by the time I wandered back towards Uppertown, and began to rain, which gave me an excuse to duck into a ...
... with the original being built in the 1600s. This one dated back to the 1920s with completion in the 70s. Pope John Paul II had visited the chapel once and there was a permanent memorial to him there. Also, supposedly, a bit of the arm bone of St. Anne is preserved in the shrine -- very prominently with lots of pilgrims praying nearby. After the tour of the church, we headed to Montmorency Falls. These are enormous falls near the bridge to the Isle D'Orleans. They are higher ...
... particularly the Chateau while on the ferry. Levis didn’t seem like much when we got there, just like a small residential area on a hill. However, there is a nice park with a great view out onto Quebec, so Amanda and I bought a picnic lunch from a shop there and ate at the park while admiring the view. Then we went to the Museum of Civilisation, which was pretty cool. We were more interested in the exhibits that weren’t about Canada’s history, though it was good ...