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Well, we're here. The house is nice, though small. We'll be heading into the city to go to mass and do some tourism
Church & tourism
We went to a beautiful little French church in Quebec City. I'd never really seen a church like it before: it had an elevated sanctuary, with choir benches around and behind it. Fortunately, they had the Latin mass, so I wasn't too ...
... to walkover to the Musee National des Beaux-Arts du Quebec. Only had 90 minutes to closing time at 5 pm but it wasn't a massive big art gallery so I was able to see all the open galleries in that time. It concentrates on Canadian arists and currently has special features on four modern artists. Some of the art work I quite liked although I did come across the classic blank canvas as modern art (LOL).
By now I was close to ...
... de la civilisation was free on Tuesdays and today was indeed a Tuesday - perfect! Over the next few hours I dipped into Quebecois history, took a tour around 1930s Paris, played video games which ranged from space invaders and frogger to the latest Playstation and Wii and delved into the voodoo art of Haiti..in short, a museum not to be missed!
The following morning, having met fellow travellers over breakfast, we hopped on a bus to check ...
... of Sugar - short display of how they harvest maple syrup and then a traditional Quebec lunch - won't go back for another, but did try a 'caribou' which was a whisky drink with maple syrup and something else ... good tonic for sleeping on the bus.
Quebec City has a population ...
... elegant carriage. I wondered for a moment if I'd been transported to Paris' Montmartre in another century! I'll let the photos do the speaking for me here, because in this case the pictures really are worth a thousand words. Downstairs, a delicious smell wafted up and invited guests to a gourmet home cooked breakfast. How does freshly cut fruit, newly squeezed juice, pancakes, homemade bagels baked that morning, and homemade jam, all washed down with piping hot tea or coffee ...