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... up. We saw where they plant herbs and vegetables in garden beds in front of Parliament House which are free and people can help themselves.
Back in the car and about 15kms out of the city we crossed the bridge to Ile d’Orleans. This is a little oasis of fertile land which is 34 kms long and 8 kms wide. I have never seen so many beautiful homes, churches and buildings in the one place. There’s also lots of farms growing fruits, especially ...
... and relaxed everyone seemed, from the bus riders, to tourists, to the mall employees. Busy yes, uptight no. We strolled back through the northern side of Old Quebec later in evening seeking a restaurant for dinner. We found a quiet one where we sat in an open window seat eating fish soup and pasta, watching people stroll by. We walked and walked and walked, around the harbor area then back to catch the ferry after dark across ...
... 6. Maison Jacquet: built in 1677 an amongst the oldest houses in the province. 7. Aux Anciens Canadiens: is a restaurant, Québécois home cooking. 8. Maison Maillou: this houses foundations date from 1736, though the house was enlarged in 1799 and restored in 1959. 9. Place d'Armes: this place was once the military parade ground outside the Governors mansion(which no longer exists). 1st monument ; Monument to the Faith. Which recalls the ...
... a revolving restaurant which might still be there for all I know but I'm not aware its open anymore. L'Astral restaurant is on the top of the Loews Concorde hotel in Quebec, its housed on top of a round viewing platform and looks like it was built sometime in the 70's. The view from your table though is nothing short of spectacular as you look across the old part of Quebec City, ...
... others (the grand and petit seminaire) dating anywhere between the 18th to 20th century with the purpose to accommodate the growing University. The Seminary has always been involved with education. It initially commenced as a boarding school for the students of the local Jesuit college but this building was then taken over by the Seminary priests following the British invasion and then coverted into a college for boys. In 1852 this teaching institution was recognised in a Royal charter ...