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... harvest, the sunset on Quebec city and the beautiful welcome of Loulou and her friends at the funky bed and breakfast Le toit bleu at St Famille, the oldest village and church established on the continent ( as they claimed)>
So with a visit to Quebec city where Pickles was the reason of an emotional moment for two Canadian ladies that have been the happy "mummy" of old English dog, we just could not ...
Monday - we leave late which is a good thing as heavy fog blankets the area - later, we are seeing more colour and it is lovely!
After about an hour on the road we are on the south shore of the St Lawrence and stop in Kamouraska - what a lovely area several small funky stores most of which are closed today (Monday) in fact it's not a good day for touring the shops I had 'starred' and the church - known for its ...
... travelling, it still amazes us that total strangers throw open their doors in welcome and are quite happy for you to invade their privacy - strangers we might have been but after a few days together we left behind some very dear friends.
Thank you very much for your wonderful hospitality.
Until we meet again.
We had breakfast at the hotel and started our trek home at 10:30 am. It's been a different kind of holiday, cold ,damp and muddy weather but together as a loving family. Staying mostly indoors, with warm clothes and rubber boots was the theme for the week. This week will go down as one of our most unique holidays. Lunch today -chez Timmy . Finally home at 6:30pm to hot muggy weather in beautiful St Hubert . Home Sweet ...
When a cruise ship comes to a small port such as this, the citizens roll out the red carpet. Such friendliness - en deux langues! I always thought that the name referred to a meeting of the St. Lawrence, the Rivière Saint-Maurice and one other river. It turns out that the name originates with the belief of early explorers that there were ...