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This place had coffee. I like coffee. Coffee Coffee.
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... syrup pie, and pudding chomeur. For those of you who have not been fed pudding chomeur by Justin, it is cake baked in caramel. In much need of another walk after that, we followed the Rue Ramparts, the street along the city's fortified walls which is lined with dozens of memorial replica canons, down to the market in the Old Port in Lower Quebec.
At the market we purchased organic local produce and freshly caught turbot (a white fish), as well as ...
... of the stairs and the postie delivers the mail on foot. Must be very fit negotiating so many stairs !
Some time after lunch I took over driving again - third time. Drove for about an hour and stopped because we were getting close to Quebec and it was raining and I was not going to drive in the city. During my drive the landscape changed considerably from the wide open farming land to small hills to steep rock cliffs. The rain continued on and off for our ...
... br> - Number plates only go on the back of cars, so it looks like everyone is driving around in a stolen car.
- The alcohol content in their beers is generally about 8 or 9 %.
- Canadians like tea, you can buy tea, there are tea shops. I'm so happy about this as I cannot stand coffee and that is all the people in the United States drink
- Signs only have French on them, no English.
- Everyone is polite, friendly and helpful.
... an included history tour..bonus...we had tossed up whether or not to do a historical walking tour but there were none offered for free and two paid walking tours was a little out of our budget at a hefty $50 per head (and we werent giving up the food tour) so this just worked out perfectly. Our first stop happened to be a historical one rather than food but we didnt mind as what we learnt was quite interesting. We stopped at the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, the first Anglican Cathedral ...