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... plates) is "Je me souviens" which translates to "I remember".
The tour ended at a lookout in the Old Town Quebec over the harbour and the St Lawrence River. From there we went back to the Hostel, had a group dinner cooked by Beth and some beers in the Hostel bar. When that bar closed at 10, we went out to search a pub (or club) and we found ourselves in a big Celtic Street Festival with live music in the middle of the City. It was great fun to watch the people ...
... discussing the strategy of General Wolfs campaign and how they possibly rowed up the river.
At the Fort we watched the changing of the guard, Artillery Park was getting ready for Paul McCartney.
Dinner Tom booked a river cruise up the St Laurence at sunset, beautiful and very romantic. We have started well.
... the sun came out and we were sweating in no time! I hate this unpredictable weather!
On our walking tour we passed through Saint Louis Gate, around the city walls which we followed to The Plains of Abraham (The site of the 1759 battle between the French and British empires), along Dufferin Terrace which looks across the St Lawrence River, Fairmont Chateu Frontenac (the most photographed hotel in the world!), the old town and finishing infront of 'The Fresco of Quebecers' ...
... around a giant oval made of smooth ice.
And then it hits us: a sharp, biting wind that attacks any exposed parts of our faces. We had been sure to dress warmly, but nothing short of a balaclava could gave adequately sheltered us from the harshness of that wind! It's a shock to all of us, myself included, a self-described "lover of real winter``.
My daughter's reaction is priceless: ``Um, Dad, where`s the fun? Can we go there now?``
At the entrance, ...
... that allows you to fish through the floor and the ice. Reels are set onto a beam near the roof and dangle down into the water. Amazing photos and paintings to show you what it looks like. It was difficult to imagine the large river icing over and people skating and holidaying on it. We continued on, reaching Quebec early afternoon. A local guide, Margaruite came on board and we did ...