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The neighbor hood near the Relais Charles-Alexander, the hotel we stayed at in Quebec City.
The Plains of Abraham
A fortification on the Plains of Abraham
Catherine at Le Casse-Crepe Breton having crepes
At Le Casse-Crepe Breton having crepes
This restaurant is on the Rue St. Jean. As you can see from this photo, our table had an open window over looking the street. The crepes were very good. They come with two to five ingredients. I had a desert type crepe stuffed with cream and fruit.
Another great meal at the Voodoo Grill, a restaurant near our hotel the Relais Charles-Alexander
The food at the Voodoo Grill was sort of an Asian fusion with local ingredients. The food was excellent and we would definitely return again.
Having dinner at the Voodoo Grill
View overlooking the Saint Lawrence River from the Haute-Ville on top the steep cliff where French citizens withdrew for greater safety from invaders.
Memorial to the Canadian war dead.
This memorial has the dates 1914 - 1918, 1939 - 1945, and 1950 -1953 with the inscriptions "To Our Glorious Dead" and "Je Me Souviens" which translates as "I Remember".
Catherine on the Rue St. Jean early in the morning before the crowds
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