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About Quebec City

About Quebec City – in engleza
 

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 Quebec is where the best of North America and Europe meet and it’s just seven hours across the Atlantic on the East Coast of Canada. The cities of Montreal and Quebec City are affordable, accessible and give the province more than its fair share of class and culture.

“When people look on the map of North America, how large theprovince of Quebecis, it’s bigger than the State of Alaska, which, you know, Americans think it’s the biggest place in America.”

“British visitors will find the place fascinating, because of the unique European authentic atmosphere that you find in the area.”

“It’s just all in all a very charming, very romantic place to visit.”

“This you get off…bring the winter time, no, the fall is not frozen only the mist generated by the falls drift  over this rock and ????????????? twenty-four hours a day to become a eulogized hope.”  (unde e scris cu aceasta culoare inseamna ca pronuntia nu e clara)

“What we offer to people is what we like to taste and make, and that may be the key of our success.”

“Now this is quite similar to ???, is that right?” “Yes, it’s the same process, but totally different fruits. It’s crazy good.”

“Montrealis a world class city and it was founded right at the bottom of the spectacular rapids of the Saint Lawrence River… I always said, if we just took people to the rapids, we wouldn’t even have to give them the ride, it’s so spectacular out there, just the view.”

“If you would have walked down the street St. Catherine, a little bit more east, I think you would have something called the Tam-tams, which is on the mountain and it’s unrehearsed and people just come by and they just beat on their drums and you can feel it and your heart is pumping…”

“There is an observer tree, where tourists can go in a two-storey funicular, which is one of a kind”.

“And from here you get a bonsai view ofMontreal”.

“But it’s not all about the metropolis. Just a couple of hours’ drive away you can taste authentic Canadian wilderness and some authenticQuebecwild characters.”

“My father always told me ‘Take time to look around and you will discover something wonderful’”.

“During the winter, as an example, we have one hundred and fifty dogs, for the dogs leading, and we do the dogs leading on the lake, because there is more than one meter of ice on the lake.”

“Now, you may be wondering just why I am dressed like this. No, it’s not extreme fishing. I am going for a ride on a ATV, otherwise known as quad biking. Let’s go!”

“Appearances can be very, very deceptive. I’m not a fisherman, I only went to fish once, it was a long  time ago, and not once was my tackle brought in by anything resembling a fish, and yet when you’re greeted by scenes like this, you’ve got to give it a go… So is that easy, now I’m fishing. Yes sir, beautiful, sir. It’s a rainbow trout, see that red line on the side?”

“A bit of your English sauce …” “What do you call it?” “Worcestershire.”

“This is lake Sacacomiein La Mauricie, one of the most stunning areas of Quebec.”

“You see a lot of wilderness, you can see beaver dens, you can see a lot of lakes, rivers, valleys, it’s very beautiful.”

“I love it”.

 

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