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... of petrol. On entering Quebec Province we had also gained ourselves back that elusive hour that we never knew we had lost until a few days ago. We arrived in Quebec City about 1pm and drove into town to our hotel which I had booked in close proximity to the airport. The hotel itself was only about $100 for the night and was clean, newish and provided breakfast, a definite win for us. The real excitement of the day was a few hours away still so we settled in for an ...
... service was booming out over loud speakers and they had TV’s set up showing the priest (very impersonal I thought) - beautiful church, but that’s two churches and that is enough.
Visited a family run copper museum where they demonstrated copper art making – interesting and expensive. ...
... On to rue St Jean to find the chemist Balti had told me was there. I needed more antihistamine cream, having used the better part of two tubes already. I'm pleased to be able to say that after I started using this new stuff, it wasn't long before the awful itching stopped, and the bite marks didn't keep flaring up again. Next stop was a bakery I found across the road for a coffee and the freshest chocolate croissant I'd tried since I was last in Paris, actually, I'm pretty ...
... as I feared. Lauren even tasted it and agreed it was good, but no amount of talking could get Meg to try.
After dinner we did a little more shopping, took in one last street performer and headed over to the site of the Cirque show. We were told to arrive 30 minutes early to get good seats. We pushed this to 20 but I do believe that had we arrived the 30 minutes early, we still would not have scored the 'good seats' that we ...
... you when to turn etc which in the spaghetti that is a highway connection over here, has been very handy.
I think out of the three Canadian cities we have stayed in, I like Quebec the most. Toronto reminded me of Sydney, Montreal was very artsy and cultured and Quebec seems just right. It certainly seems to cater more to tourists, although the girl at McDonalds today could not speak english, the young girls behind me in line had ...
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