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... the windows and was more hopeful when the jackhammer was much more muted. Unfortunately the rolling cart sound had gotten much more frequent. I did finally go back to sleep and decided I'd ask about changing our room. After a long line at Starbucks, inside the hotel, we went to the front desk to ask. The only change available was a smaller room, ours was pretty compact already, with a queen size bed, up a stairway in a tower. It might ...
... that tells the city's 400year history through the seasons. From here Beth left us to our own devices. We wandered around the cobblestone streets of the quaint little old town for a while before it started to rain rather heavy. Blake and I decided that we weren't going to go whale watching the next day so we had plenty of time to look around then. We navigated our way back to the hostel using nothing but our memories to guide us.
Quebec City is a very hilly city with lots ...
... wind. It was just to cold to be out, so I headed back to start organising my bags ready to leave early tomorrow morning. I will definitely like to return to Quebec, but a different time of year. From the time I leave Quebec tomorrow morning and arrive in Perth (if all flights are on time) it will be 43 & 1/2 hours. So I am sure I will have a really good nights sleep Australia Day. See you all soon ...
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Lots of police here nearly everywhere you look there is a car or motorbike we had one follow us for a while but he gave up because Richard was going too slow 45kms instead of 50kms well we were enjoying the scenery. Went down a driveway to a B&B Auberge La Goeliche at the end of the island to have our lunch and coffee. A bit of history now in 1759 the English General James Wolf ...
... is very patient and earns her tip well. To burn off breakfast I head for the wall and begin circling the city. The wall varies in height and is made of clean white stone stacked up strongly, no graffiti in sight. Just inside the walls, cannons are lined up as if reporting for duty, pointing out ready to take down enemies should they attack. There is a worn path that runs parallel along the wall where visitors have taken the circular route ...
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