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... me back to where I started writing! After I got back to the church I had a quick dinner and then turned down going to an amusement park in favour of writing my assignment so I could hand it in before midnight, calling Mom and Elaina and having a stress free time to pack! I am so glad I chose to do that! I handed in my reflection and got mostly packed up! Now I am in bed and getting really pumped to fly to Burkina Faso tomorrow afternoon!
... feeling we’d neglected it somewhat the day before. Up bright and early we enjoyed some pancakes and wrapped up warm just as the snow began. This was ‘real proper snow’ huge fluffy chunks that got down your neck into your hair and your eyes. ‘Real proper snow’ that also made it pretty difficult to see further than the end of the Rue. So after a brave attempt to get around the old town, a stop off in the year round Christmas shop (Susie loves ...
... the Canadian treaty was signed in the 1800's. The museum housed historical artifacts from the battalions many historic deployments as well as from the fort itself. All this was held in what was originally the gun powder storage bunker. The gun powder was used to fire the many canons that lined the walls of the fort facing the town and out across the St Lawrence river. One of these canons was our next stop on the North Eastern ramparts. This huge canon weighed 5 tonnes, needed ...
... This time I missed my stop again, and when I reached Terminus Les Salues. I missed my bus 81 and had to wait for an hour for the next one. Tired Hungry ****** Cold. Ultimate combi. Sky is turning dark and I am all alone in this deserted bus station. There is this old man who was rummaging through the dust bin for cans... I decided to walk to a nearby convenient store to grab some food. Every single item is so dusty and nearing ...
... exterior stone walls, grassy knolls and cannons. From the Citadel, you have fantastic views of the city, the St. Lawrence, and the Chateau Frontenac. Returning to our hotel a few blocks away for a short rest, we then meandered over to the Cafe Paris for a dinner of Chateaubriand and wine. Next time, we'd like to fly into Quebec City and spend 4-5 days. It was with regret when we left Quebec City southbound for the ...
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