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... canons and fake canon balls set up. There is a wall that goes around part of the city remnants of the days gone by and you can walk around and imagine what it would have been like sitting on that hill looking out for the British or the Americans.
Its a warm day so while its beautiful to walk around here the heat starts to zap me. We get to St Johns gate and look at the view of the city from the little rectangular lookouts (Beauty and the Beast soundtrack ...
... development of community up to the present day. I love seeing these sorts of artwork around a community or city that im not as familiar with as it allows me to get up to date with all that history so quickly and visually...afterall I am a slow reader and a visual learner so these things are almost made specifically for someone like me. We continued back down hill towards the ferry terminal and took in our last glimpses of Levis. We had enjoyed stretching our legs and taking in ...
... My convenient waist pouch
It was so easy getting my stuff in and out. It was so comfortable to carry too. Though not very fashionable it made me look more like a tough traveller.
7. Xiao Pink
For providing me with comfort and love. And a laptop table >.<
It was unpredictably cold on the Rockies everyday, thank god I have this thick coat otherwise it wouldnt been possible for me ...
... is why they speak French fluently! After I'd packed my suitcase for the last time, at least until the 12th of August, I relaxed and uploaded more blog photos, it's so hard to choose which ones to leave out! My suitcase was carried downstairs that night by Amil, so I didn't have to wake any other guests dragging it down before 5 am. All too soon it was my alarm playing at 4:20am. A shower helped wake me up a little bit. I came downstairs just before 4:45am to a smiling ...
... br> In the setting sun on our firdt evening we wondered up to the park - dramatically called the Plains of Abraham to commemorate the battle between the French and English, won by General Woolfe, although he was mortally wounded, which decided the future of Lower Canada ( or New France) as a Brtish colony. The French have been campaigning for significant independence and the freedom for the French language to dominate public life ever since. Halloween displays ...