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... right on the St Lawrence with an amazing view, a pool they made themselves and lots of space for Stella to run. We sat in their glider with a cold glass of wine and enjoyed a wonderful warm autumn evening. Andre was my ski instructor 2 years ago and when she first told me that we would have to visit them in Quebec, I nodded and smiled, but never dreamed we actually would! They had had just returned from a trip to France, and we so appreciated their warm ...
... beautiful as we creep closer to the next city on our route, a river 70 miles wide at its gulf, it stretches like the open ocean and despite the calendar date we spotted snow topped mountains just inland of the river. Summer seems to finally want to make an appearance bringing more sun and higher temperatures as we finally rejoice in short sleeves. Today we land in Québec City, the oldest North American city and the only one walled north of Mexico. We had our most ...
... vibe that this city offers. The locals are all strongly French-Canadian but luckily all of those in hospitality were bilingual and so speaking English was totally fine. This probably gave us a reason to slack off from practicing our French. We learnt a lot about the history of Canada here in the place that was initially called New France.
Some of the highlights of our stay were:
-Seeing a free ...
... for 10 kms until we realized we had gone too far so had to back track 2 kms (thus the 12 Kms back 8 kms out).
Arrived exhausted and immediately went in to the shallow cold pool. It felt sooo good!
Campsite almost completely flipped while we were out (only 29 sites with a view of the river). Tomorrow we will tour in the car and then head into town for dinner and a night look at the old city, need to avoid a Paul McCartney concert at Plains of Abraham right next to old town.
... to see what menu you have picked and use your chosen language. However Andrew managed to complete a few transactions in French which he is very proud of!
Turns out our speeding, non-seatbelt wearing, French-Canadian-Bosnian taxi driver didn’t quite know where our hotel was but it was a flat rate so the non-direct route simply meant we got a welcoming scenic tour of the city. Certainly we didn’t know a Prius could reach 125km/h. Finally arriving at ...