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... Montréal, but given the name I was at least expecting that to be an incline of some description.
The main tourist area of Quebec City is within a wall and is divided into an upper and lower town. Naturally I'm in the upper part of town, meaning an uphill walk back whenever I visit the lower town. The problem with the lower town is it is worth visiting, or at least it seems worth it until I'm facing the return journey. Next time, ...
... we called it a nite and went back to the room to finish packing. We had to have our bags outside of the room by 11pm.
Overall, it was an excellent cruise with many interesting ports. I wasn't that imporessed with the cruise ship itself, Emerald Princess, as I found it's layout confusing with no grand dining room and no viewing lounge at the front of the ship. The staff didn't seem as focused on detail as the other ...
... pack up our bags, check out of the room at 11am, have a leisurely walk around, some crepes at our favourite crepe restaurant before doing a quick bit of shopping (a present for Art & Janine in Ottawa) and then heading to the station.
For the first time since our journey began, they weighed our bags! Jenny’s bag was on the limit at 40 lbs (18kgs)! Lucky for us Jenny’s bag was resting on the wall as it was weighed so it probably weighed ...
... good fun. Made you proud of Her Majesty's and The Canadians Armed Forces. The goat is the mascot and the descendent of a Tibetan goat presented to Queen Victoria from a Persian dignitary. His name is Batisse - and I believe Batisse V. Yes his horns are painted gold.
We opted to take the tour of the facility - very interesting. The Afghanistan war comes up a lot. They're participation was big for them. Glad we made the effort.
I may need a vacation from our ...
... churches go it is quite spectacular. There are so many paintings, mosaics, stained glass windows, wooden and stone sculptures throughout.
It is apparently one of the most visited churches in the country with over a million visitors and pilgrims visiting it each year. It has been credited by the Catholic Church with many miracles of curing the sick and disabled. Regardless of your beliefs it is a beautiful church. Both the girls were overwhelmed by its size and Brittany ...
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