-City and Colour
We just so happened to land in Quebec at this time so we decided to splurge on tickets. Last night we saw a few good shows, one known as LMFAO. Said to have been 50,000 people there with us in the main stage area. We got up early to see old Quebec, the citadel and Chateau Frontenac. I didn't realize that Quebec City was sitting on the provinces equivalent of Mount Everest, the hill claim to our hotel wasn't much fun but it sure made this city beautiful. Small Street winding down through the historic buildings to the Saint Lawrence River as Street performers showed off. We sat on the citadel wall looking over a park for an hour or so. It was nice to relax! We saw some of the students on strike marching down the roads nearly nude representing that the tuition they are is taking the shirts off their back.
Our friend Alex Pouliot an ex Glacier King in the Comox Valley who's originally from Quebec took us to Le Grante alley Full of pubs, people, music and where it seemed like every Quebec girls staggette was going on. I'm the midst of all this was a park which had one of the stages that filled with up to 10,000 people quick to see city and color. The show was unreal and we were surrounded by good company. We had a bunch of Biking for Baha stickers on our shirt and everyone seemed interested. By the end of the show people everywhere were either supporting us with stickers, donating and even some of the Westjet girls promoting flights took our picture and sent it to the head office to get them to support. An awesome guy who was behind us named Sebastie Duhaime who play's in the band called " Low Level flight also did the same. It was awesome to be surrounded by the friendliest people that wanted to get involved and help promote our cause. I think it will be hard to cross into New Brunswick in two days after such an amazing time! Big Thanks to Alex Pouliot for hooking us up with a hotel, tickets and touring us around this magnificent city.