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... our ship is docked directly across the street from the hotel and we and our suitcases successfully battle the 30 mph wind and squally rain and make it across to the cruise terminal.
This is our first time on a "regular" rather than “expedition” cruise ship. The Crystal Serenity is one of just two ships in the Crystal fleet and carries up to 1000 passengers and 1700 crew. As we discover very quickly, the ship ...
After a decent night sleep and a good breakfast, the day started smoothly. Legs felt good and weather was nice. About an hour and a bit on the way my rear tire got flat..... stop under a tree resulted in mosquitoes attack. Gravel parking space seemed the best place to replace my tire. Luckily the rest of the day went smoothly. Stopped for lunch in Portneuf, nice terras but no water front, ...
... and snack on our pile of bagels. Rish drove us up part of the mountain and we parked up, grabbed our bagels and begun to walk off into the hills. The weather had been agreeable for our final morning providing stunningly bright sunshine although the wind was really cold. We strolled up a path and past a large beautiful lake that Rish commented he used to skate on each winter when it froze over. Rox and I had been imagining what this city would have been like each winter when ...
... to eat. And then she bought subway cookies. I am so getting fat.
But during the whole process, despite being cold and tired. I feel very happy and well-fed.
So I plucked toothpicks out of 3 tubs of chicken. Finally I am done! :D Satisfied with my work.
While plucking, I felt like a dentist ( I know this is childish). But I wonder if it is a similar feeling, when plucking out teeth, the reason why dentists have to shake and twist ...
... statues are also featured. The Lower Town is also noted for its wide variety of boutiques, many featuring hand-crafted goods.
We walked through the Lower Town and past the Mural of Quebecers, Place Royale and the Church Notre-Dame-des-Victoires and Rue du Petit Champlain. We were getting pretty hungry so decided to have a pub type lunch at restaurant Le Casse-Cou. I had lasagne, and Dylan poutine, and a beer each. We finished just after ...