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After checking out of the hotel this morning, we decided it was time to get the kids out of the city. Headed to Montmorency Falls. It's a pretty impressive waterfall and park right outside the city. We walked up 487 stairs (Emme was a trooper) to the park and a suspension bridge that went over the falls. Then we took a tram down for fun and another perspective. Pics to come- decided to use the real camera ...
... were carrying on from night before, but overall the crowd was far more sober than we've witnessed watching early England kick offs. Beer wasn't served until 8pm, this was around the same time Susie started to allow conversation. It was also around the same time Canada went2-0 up. The match itself was a pretty clean sweep but the Canadians did asufficiently good job of getting excited, maple leafs stickers were given out,Sweet Caroline was sang and there were the obligatory hugs from ...
... a lot more like a sparkling apple juice rather than a distinctly typical cider. The next stop on out tour was the park at Rue St Paul which fronted the Cote Du Palais Train Station. The main station for Quebec these buildings were also beautiful and built in a very classic style. We sat in the park taking a rest from our walking tour while listening to the huge fountain in front of us and eating our fresh market strawberries. From here further walking took us out of old town and ...
... and very very clean."
Felix began his carving (He is great with knives). Martha handled the cheese, Fernando cutting up stuffs and I was asked to pluck toothpicks out of chicken.
Hey it's a tough one kay. My hand hurts from doing that.
They have this dish, which they wrap chicken breast meat around a thick piece of cheese and ham. Looks yummy, and it is, Martha gave me one big piece to try. Shortly after she stuffed me another big block ...
... perfect fortress.
Having seen most of the walled part of the Old City last night we followed a walking tour found in one of the tourist brochures guiding us around some of the surrounding neighbourhoods. The walk took us down one of the nearly 30 wooden staircases that connect upper and lower Quebec City. There are a number of impressive frescos about the city painted on otherwise mundane walls or bridge supports.
By this time the bad weather that had been ...