Hotel Manoir Charest
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... to Blake and I and started explaining to us that it was 'muffler shisha' so we were smoking shisha from the cars. No tabacco or nicotine - apparently there was hash in one of them but he wouldn't say which haha. We tried a few different flavours killing time until the station 4 show finished and we got a spot to watch from.
The final station was some what of a circus type acrobatics theatre show. Very entertaining and pretty impressive. I think the idea of the show was that ...
Did the walking tour of old town today, saw some of the most beautiful streets which reminded us both of old parts in Paris as their is a large French influence within Quebec City ! We got to see all of the historic parts within the walls of old Quebec and wow it was awesome ...
... days and we had been repeating the words as the had been said on the TV and the tape.
The old city reminded me of The Rocks in Sydney. It has been refurnished and there was a lot of artists work there and very touristy.
Learned that the story we had been told about Wolfe climbing the mountain to take Montcalm (French) by surprise and capturing Quebec had all been false. The battle had been real ...
... along with a gas station.
We ate Salt and Vinegar chips - Kettle brand which is hugely popular and everywhere here. We tried to manage transactions in French but after bonjour we couldn't understand - "is that everything?" Then it would be "do you want a sack?"
We listened to the comedy station to keep us entertained. Nick still got tired. But we made it!
Our airbnb host would be absent so we followed ...
... was included in our hotel cost and I must say it was a lot nicer that in Boston, real plates this time and fresh fruit. We then walked to an observation building to over look the city. It was cold, about -5 degrees with a real feel of -11 because of the wind. The girls had never experienced cold like this before or wore so many layers. The icey wind hit you in the face, making your cheeks ...