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Quebec City & Montreal

Location: Canada


14 Feb 2009, 4:47AM

Lavinia fancies herself as a bit of a photographic artist (take that Louis!). Not sure what the statue is...

14 Feb 2009, 4:17AM

After false start of cancelled flight and night in motel in 'Werribee' of Toronto, we reached beautiful Quebec City. Brendan left hotel without gloves or thermals and almost cried from misery.

14 Feb 2009, 4:58AM

Very old hotel in QC. Main tourist attraction there.

14 Feb 2009, 4:51AM

St Lawrence river with torrents of ice. We seem to be attracting crazy old Canadian ladies - this one told us all about the boats getting stuck in the ice the week before

16 Feb 2009, 4:21AM

Notre Dame Basilica in Montreal. French mass just as engaging as Spanish.

14 Feb 2009, 10:05AM

Ice sculptures for the winter carnival.

17 Feb 2009, 5:41AM

Lavinia took us on a long scenic walk through the industrial heart of Montreal. Despite a trudge beside the frozen canal she provided a market at the end to appease Brendan (food, not crafts)

16 Feb 2009, 8:26AM

Poutine - the Quebec specialty. Just when you thought chips and gravy couldn't get any better, the Quebecers added chunks of a milk cheese. The most wonderful heart attack you could ever hope for

18 Feb 2009, 7:19AM

Alas she has eyes in the back of her head and cursed Brendan to a painful and bumpy slide on the snow. After 6 weeks walking on ice and snow, this was the first time either of us slipped and fell. Lavinia would have helped but she needed to capture the moment and laugh hysterically.

18 Feb 2009, 6:56AM

Our snack on walking days is usually carrots and almonds. Settling nicely into her upcoming role as nagging wife, Lavinia forces Brendan to finish the almonds and carrots before he is allowed pringles. (sometimes he throws them over his shoulder when she is not looking...)

19 Feb 2009, 5:04AM

Favourite statue to date. In the back streets of Old Montreal.



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After false start of cancelled flight and night in motel in 'Werribee' of Toronto, we reached beautiful Quebec City. Brendan left hotel without gloves or thermals and almost cried from misery.

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Lavinia fancies herself as a bit of a photographic artist (take that Louis!). Not sure what the statue is...

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St Lawrence river with torrents of ice. We seem to be attracting crazy old Canadian ladies - this one told us all about the boats getting stuck in the ice the week before

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Very old hotel in QC. Main tourist attraction there.

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Ice sculptures for the winter carnival.

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Notre Dame Basilica in Montreal. French mass just as engaging as Spanish.

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Poutine - the Quebec specialty. Just when you thought chips and gravy couldn't get any better, the Quebecers added chunks of a milk cheese. The most wonderful heart attack you could ever hope for

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Lavinia took us on a long scenic walk through the industrial heart of Montreal. Despite a trudge beside the frozen canal she provided a market at the end to appease Brendan (food, not crafts)

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Our snack on walking days is usually carrots and almonds. Settling nicely into her upcoming role as nagging wife, Lavinia forces Brendan to finish the almonds and carrots before he is allowed pringles. (sometimes he throws them over his shoulder when she is not looking...)

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Alas she has eyes in the back of her head and cursed Brendan to a painful and bumpy slide on the snow. After 6 weeks walking on ice and snow, this was the first time either of us slipped and fell. Lavinia would have helped but she needed to capture the moment and laugh hysterically.

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Favourite statue to date. In the back streets of Old Montreal.