Manoir St Castin
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... 12 of us on a city bus with vague intructions on when we should get off and together we braved a foreign city and bus system. A few people were close to crying, but I think they were tired and sore from our hike as well as hungry and wanting to get home. We laughed a lot about how the leaders dumped us off to scramble to find our ways to strange neighbourhoods on a strange bus, but in the end we all made it. Dinner was incredible and then the Grandmont's had a Bible study ...
... a passionate and excellent guide. For 2 hours he explained the Battle of Abraham, when the english won over the french and very interestingly explained how Quebec was populated. We all left the tour knowing a lot more about Quebec.
Weather is a lot colder than we have become accustomed, very windy and it definitely had a chill to it so out came the scarves and beanies, although with all the walking did get rather warm.
We stopped at La Petit Cochon Dingue for ...
... a coach.
My ride was waiting for me at the Berri-Uqam station in Montreal and I hopped in with a cheery hello to all....unfortunately I was met with a subdued response and the replacing of earphones as the car settled back to its comfortable silence. Engaging conversationalists these were not but all things considered this was still much preferable to the bus and 3 hours later I was in Quebec....and it was snowing!
As I was ...
... as the three or four channels are french there is nothing in English is Quebec but there are some weird DVD's to watch plus he has his ipad to watch what ever he wants. Richard had a little sleep while I spoke to Linda via Skype told her of our meltdowns and adventures plus she is going to get Herb's email address for me for interesting
places to stay when we drive through New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.
Caught up with my daily expense ...
Quebec was a great city. There was a festival on celebrating the earlier settlers of Quebec. Streets were narrow but added to the charm of the city. Restaurants were everywhere. Has a very historical background hence the fort wall dividing Old Quebec from ...