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... of the Chateau Frontenac and then watched some street performers do knife throwing and flame juggling - it was awesome (sorry no photo I was too gagga watching)! We also toured the ruins of the original fort located under the Dufferin Terrance. Love my Parks Canada pass! By this point we were we getting pretty tired so we made our way back to the shuttle bus via the rue St. Jean where ...
... souvenir shops. Cool architecture! Almost bought a CD from a street musician, but restrained myself. Back to the church where I am now sitting listening to the bells. And I have found a place where I can hear the changes being called. Really cool! Did I mention that the young man told me his wife is from Birmingham? Lovely service in the church that is over 200 years old. Here is where my great grandmother ...
... Champlain, and so many more.
We arrived back at camp feeling like we'd had a bit too much sun and feet feeling tired but it's all good. Another bucket list place down. Back at camp I found a friend across the road from my dining table window and managed to snap some pics. Denis calls it a siffleux because it whistles to alert others of danger, aka marmotte or what ...
... museums and rides? I already came all the way here, why do I choose to miss out the fun and food.
Ask yourself, do you remember every single food item you've eaten in a tour 10 years ago? You won't right. Most probably, you would only have collections of a certain meal that is especially memorable, likely to be a delicious authentic local cuisine.
Well I have already created that memory.
1. Home-cooked meals at Marta house
2. Wedding dinner
... instructions. Easy to get into the apartment with a coded lock. Also, he had everything prepared. Notes, guides, maps, suggestions! So wonderful. The place was clean and tidy.
First thing to noticed about being here was that it was so old! The buildings were all touching and only two or three storeys high. Just street, sidewalk and building very close together.
We stayed in the lower part of town. There is ...