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Canada 2

Location: Quebec City, Canada

Since we could only walk or ride a rickshaw I could use the camrea. I did write a full page on the city, but when I went to add the connection went down & I lost it!!! ugh

11 Jun 2009, 3:23PM

I saw the church steeple from the Interstate and went in search. It was in the town of Scott, Canada and had not one sign of the church's name. This appeared to be quite common. I quess you know the name of your church. It was quite impressive sitting on the hill top with nothing around it.

11 Jun 2009, 11:04AM

Chateau Frontenac from 1/2 way down the hill, Quebec City

11 Jun 2009, 10:13AM

Kristin enjoying a cup of cafe on the square, if you look closely at her sunglasses you will see the Chateau.

11 Jun 2009, 11:35AM

A little restaurant with outside seating.

11 Jun 2009, 9:09AM

From our bedroom window. Of course the pictures do not show the sounds of the city so close your eyes and hear the horses hoofs on the cobblestone road, people chatting and a harp playing in the background.

11 Jun 2009, 10:59AM

Canadian phone booth - do you know the difference between theirs and ours -------- they have a phone in theirs - what a kean idea.

11 Jun 2009, 11:25AM

The old port section of Quebec City.

11 Jun 2009, 9:12AM

From our bedroom window

11 Jun 2009, 11:57AM

The original post office. We sure saw some grand post offices on this trip.

11 Jun 2009, 11:18AM

A daylight shot of Notre Dame St. in the sunshine.

11 Jun 2009, 12:29PM

A street (no hill) in the old port section of town and what we saw sitting at the best Crepe Cafe in Quebec City. Did we tell you one of the popular crepes is ham and asperegus!!!! ugh I will take strawberries, blueberries & raspberries any day with a little fresh whip cream.

11 Jun 2009, 9:18AM

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Chateau Frontenac from 1/2 way down the hill, Quebec City

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I saw the church steeple from the Interstate and went in search. It was in the town of Scott, Canada and had not one sign of the church's name. This appeared to be quite common. I quess you know the name of your church. It was quite impressive sitting on the hill top with nothing around it.

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A little restaurant with outside seating.

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Kristin enjoying a cup of cafe on the square, if you look closely at her sunglasses you will see the Chateau.

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Canadian phone booth - do you know the difference between theirs and ours -------- they have a phone in theirs - what a kean idea.

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From our bedroom window. Of course the pictures do not show the sounds of the city so close your eyes and hear the horses hoofs on the cobblestone road, people chatting and a harp playing in the background.

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From our bedroom window

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The old port section of Quebec City.

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A daylight shot of Notre Dame St. in the sunshine.

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The original post office. We sure saw some grand post offices on this trip.

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View from the window

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A street (no hill) in the old port section of town and what we saw sitting at the best Crepe Cafe in Quebec City. Did we tell you one of the popular crepes is ham and asperegus!!!! ugh I will take strawberries, blueberries & raspberries any day with a little fresh whip cream.