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... luxurious and comfortable with outstanding amenities and service. We settle in quickly and the fact that our departure from Quebec City is delayed several hours because of the high winds passes almost unnoticed.
By the following morning, the gale has died down and we’ve progressed downriver from Quebec City and into a tributary, the fjord-like Saguenay River whose steep cliffs and banks are covered in trees just starting ...
... front. After lunch all went smoothly and the landscape more interesting. Unfortunately my bike camera memory card is full and I can't transfer to my hard drive, also the bike mount is broken. Therefore no pics or video to share the views. Close to Québec my climbing skills got tested, short but steep climbs. Legs felt pretty well, especially considering the distance done. Tomorrow will ...
... cold. It would be stunning and particularly in parks like this where there are big trees, forest and large lakes. The walk to the top of the mountain view point was about 2km through thick forest and along dirt roads and tracks. On arrival to the summit there was a huge function centre surrounded by a concrete promenade. In front of this promenade there was a 50m arc viewing platform with simply amazing views of the city. The sight to the east was of the entire ...
... a little, to find a "correct" direction and angle to jerk the tooth out. It required less strength and it is a smoother process. XD
Okay next kitchen task.
Cut the Cheese! That's a good one, because I get to eat while I cut.
After that? Cut the smoked pork! That was really enjoyable too. Because of the same reason HAHA
While cutting I get the chance to see Chef-in-action. Felix was carving out flowers and making horse carriages out ...
... After lunch we walked down to a cute park near the waterfront to check out the tree leaves and there was a nice view up at Château Frontenac. We made our way to the Funicular and rode it up to the main town. We walked along Dufferin Terrace and took in the views. From here we walked back into town and had a quick look through Notre-Dame de Quebec Basilica-Cathedral.
Quebec City's skyline is dominated by the massive Château Frontenac ...