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... to Universite Laval. It is here that the Quebec Archives are located. But guess what - my luck is holding, Not! The genealogy section is closed on Monday. Oh well, that's the way things go.
Spent some time time at a Starbucks on McGuire St. To get some juice for the iPad. Was nice to get out of the rain. Muffin and coffee was nice, but being in from the rain was better.
So after the let down at the archives, I decided it was time for a bus ride. Got back to the ...
... at her choice of dinner. In a city full to the brim of great restaurants was this all she could find? But I am being judgemental. Annoyingly, it did smell really good but that only made me more eager to get my own dinner, which was amazing. I had the delicious salade champêtre, a salad of poached pear, pecan nuts and dried fruit along with the usual leaves, followed by the creme brûlée and then poverty. It is my trip of a lifetime after ...
... of Quebec City (I hadn't been there in about 25 years!). It's such a beautiful city. My students were rockstars and I think my own presentation on skipping snowmobiles went well (and raised some eyebrows). I managed to run in shorts (even though the locals likely thought I was mad), but that made me happy (especially since I ran in -16C this morning in Yellowknife!).
I'm now back in Yellowknife, as is Sarah (who was away at Doctors without ...
... region up until that battle in 1759. The battle was the culmination of a three month British siege of the city and involved 10,000 troops. The battle lasted 15 minutes and saw the leaders of both sides mortally wounded! It was the beginning of the end for the French in North America and within four years the remaining French owned enclaves were ceded to the British in the Treaty of Paris.
A quick word on our apartment’s location, it’s ...
... minimum fare is $17, fixed price $40 to downtown. No running the gauntlet of hawkers.
We chose a taxi because our plan was to go straight to the Enterprise car rental location that was not at the airport. Why? Well, all the cars at the airport were sold out! At every rental company.
So we got a cab, and it was the official start of French Canada. I memorized Parlez-vous Anglais? And told him the address of ...