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Looking downstream from the Citadel, Québec city.
The building on the left is the glorious Chateau Frontenac hotel.


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The old parts of Québec city are full of sights and sounds to beguile the visitor, including these Peruvian street musicians.


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The Musée de l'Humanité (if I remember the name correctly) is a world-class museum of culture, science and industry (at least if you read French!) This particular example of 19th century high-tech is a machine for knitting stockings.



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Montmorency Falls is near Québec city, and well worth a visit. There is a pleasant bicycle path leading there, near the Ile d'Orleans, downstream from the city.

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George, Tova, Harriet and me in the small town of Princeville, in 1993

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An enormous open-pit asbestos mine, Black Lake


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Parc de Bic, on the south bank as the St Lawrence river gradually widens out to become the Gulf of St. Laurence. This is a wonderful place to hike.

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Chateau Bahia. This wooden fairy-tale castle is also a youth hostel, at Pointe à la Garde, at the base of the Gaspé peninsula, on the Baie de Chaleur.

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Jean, the delightful builder and proprietor of the Chateau Bahia is also a rabid Beatles fan. The tower on the right, where we stayed in an octagonal room that constitutes the second floor, is named for John Lennon.

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