Monday, May 20, 2013

Canada’s Beginings

Quebec City – We spent Friday walking around the beautiful old walled city of Quebec – seeing the magnificent Chateau Frontenac, sparkling St. Lawrence River, cobblestone streets, star shaped Citadel (built by the English after the War of 1812 to protect Quebec City from the Americans), unique stores and restaurants. We enjoyed a delicious supper at the French restaurant Le Lobby  - 5 courses including salmon tartar, baked brie, soup, entrees, and dessert!

Samuel de Champlain's statue

In front of Parliament

At the Citadel
The Governor General's second residence in the Citadel

Beautiful Old Quebec City

A shout out and big thanks to the Nickerson family who are generously pulling our trailer to Alberta on their holiday west.  The trailer broke in Sault Ste. Marie and they spent two days getting a new one and transfering all of our stuff before they were able to get on the road again. We are so thankful for their help and continue to pray for them for travelling mercies for them.

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