Au revoir Ville de Québec! I hear airplanes…
…is saying goodbye after the final dinner to head back to pack. So many new friends! But I know I’ll see them again. Can’t wait to get home!
Look I’m really sorry for posting dorky food-photos… but I walked a mile to this vegan restaurant. OMG this is one of yummiest things I’ve ever eaten. It looked awesome and tasted better. It’s a riff off of Pad Thai. It was so good, I’m going to sit here for AN HOUR until their lasagna comes out of the oven!!
Resting the ‘ol bones, and exercising the grey matter, with a superlative book by Vincent Thibault in my new, favorite-spot.
Update: I’ve started an entire series of posts as part of my studying this book. Study inspired by Pakour & Art du Déplacement by V. Thibault.
Strolling around L’Assemblée-Nationale on a spectacularly gorgeous day.
Statue at one of the entrances to the Plains of Abraham park.
Class turned into a delightfully refreshing set of challenges from Vincent. AWESOME! #soakedWeirdoOnMassTrasit
Short bus ride (you can interpret that as you wish) to some sort of community center… a kids’ playground, and then I noticed this area. “Advancé” class tonight with Academie ADD du Québecois! Is it really only Wednesday? pre- pre- warmup before this weekend’s event.
Breakfast (literally breaking my morning fast at Noon) at the 1640 Cafe. Everyone else wanted to be out in the sun… I had an inside window seat, the whole place to myself. Poached eggs, pile of veggies and some sort of ham (more like a brisket) and real hollendaise.
Last time I was here, it was, a bit chillier… todays is 70s, breezy, and crazy gorgeous.