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... first place we found was a synagogue and rabbi told us we were in wrong Metcalfe street....finally found correct Metcalfe street....and all is well ...they had a shuttle service to port where we met the boys and immediately went onto boat.... We had a beautiful lunch on pool deck and then wandered around a bit before going to a boring evacuation drill! We got our clothes all unpacked and ...
... was always coming into my face.
1. Chateau Frontenac: reportedly the most photographed hotel in the world. It has 618 rooms. You can not get it all in one photo, it is so big. Also because it's winter it's a good time to do some renovating on the outside which makes taking a nice photo even harder.
2. Terrasse Dufferin: it is a boardwalk promenade. It still looks the same as it did 100 years ago. You can't see the boardwalk for the snow. You can see look ...
... a dozen of their hits. Foreigner was really great, but I grew concerned about being away from the kids for more than a couple of hours so Abe stayed for Def Lepard. Def Lepard was OK but I don't know as many songs and they seemed a bit less into it. Sunday -- - Went swimming at Lac Beauport. This was municipal beach where you have to pay to use it (seems common here). The lake was nice and it was a good way to cool down. When we got to ...
We had a not so long drive to Quebec City that took longer than it should have. Our major difficulty was the cell phone. Our inexpensive pre-paid cell phones from the US would not work in CA. We stopped at a Walmart over the boarder and bought a new cell phone but had difficulty getting it up and running. Also had difficulty finding wifi to alert our new land ...
Started the day as usual with a quiet breakfast in the hotel. The day was perfect with blue skies and no snow. But it was cold (-6). We took off about mid morning and wound our way back to the markets we discovered earlier in the week hoping there may be a few more stalls open being the weekend. We were right. Here we savoured some Saskatoon berry liqueur and purchased a small bottle to enjoy later that night. Also we indulged in some ...