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... on a hike in the beautiful forest and came across a couple waterfalls and we collected some big, colourful maple leaves. There was a lot of laughter at meal times since we weren't able to talk and the whole day felt relaxing and gave us a good chance to catch up on things like journaling, reading, napping and getting fresh air. After a day of silence we needed to end the day with some noise so we gathered outside in our black clothing and played a couple intense games ...
... a French cafe for breakfast and a soup restaurant for lunch, making a hair appointment at a local barber for James to buzz his head, and shopping for basic food necessities to avoid eating out too often. James felt as if every day was one big high school French oral exam, but we can safely said he "passed" (assuming passing is a 60%). Other highlights of our stint in Quebec City included a tour of Old Town: We started with a stroll ...
... is on offer. They’re cheap and filling and nice stodge foods, but fried and with all sorts of cheap fillings, they’re not a patch on my Aunty Monica’s.
We also enjoyed a superb Lebanese plate at the local Kebab place for around $8 for something the two of us struggled to finish. It seems every town, no matter how small will offer a cheap Middle Eastern take away and it’s very likely that, if we can avoid grabbing a kebab every time, these ...
... a lot more like a sparkling apple juice rather than a distinctly typical cider. The next stop on out tour was the park at Rue St Paul which fronted the Cote Du Palais Train Station. The main station for Quebec these buildings were also beautiful and built in a very classic style. We sat in the park taking a rest from our walking tour while listening to the huge fountain in front of us and eating our fresh market strawberries. From here further walking took us out of old town and ...
... religious city - and province. You couldn't walk ten paces in old Quebec without bumping into a church, or a religious order's motherhouse.
There's a lovely boardwalk in Quebec City next to the St. Lawrence River.
And we had a great time at the QB Fort - which, as the guide explained, was paid for by the British but built by the French. That'll never happen again!