Le Coureur Des Bois
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... an interesting room, but Steve had needed to do work which required space. So we decided to stay where we were. We got the car returned, as the rain and wind picked up, and went to get info. and lunch. We watched tourist after tourist walk into the street only to have their umbrella turn inside out. As the day went on the wind got so hard it blew my feet out from under me. Very nice to have a solid guy to grab onto. The temp never got to ...
... leading up and down - we are unsure if this is a good thing or a bad thing. Safe to say everyone got their exercise for the day.
Tonight Beth cooked us dinner in the hostel kitchen - chicken fajitas. It was nice not having to eat out for once in a while. This is definitely one of the positives of hostel living.
We had apple pie from 'The Big Apple' which the others stopped at on their way to Montreal... no joke best apple pie I have ever had in my life (sorry Mum). I ...
It is so pretty here. It think Quebec is more French than France.
I checked in an unpacked before heading of for a walk down to Quartier Petit Champlain.
It is a very tourist filled area. It has cobblestone streets with lots of restaurants, art gallery's & souvenir shops. A lot of the shops decorate the front of there store for the festive season. There was a guy siting there with his husky dogs? And ...
... headquarters here to watch Quebec (which means “where the waters narrow down”. In 1865 across the river on South Shore he built three defence works (forts) on Levy's Point where the English bombarded and later captured Quebec. Where we are standing the South Channel was renamed “Channel of the tall ships” where the cruise liners and cargo ships follow up and down the river. The Bull designates ...
I accidentally get to the Citadel which lies south of the city, just before the changing of the guard and in a typically English way I join the queue not really sure what Im signing up for. Im soon part of the gaggle of tourists straining to get a good spot to view the performance. The Citadel surrounds a large parade ground and as a working military fort is guarded by its own tall sturdy walls and red coats at the gates. As ...