From the moment I put in my first hundred dollar deposit to go
to Quebec, I couldn't wait to leave! To tell you the truth, it
was everything I expected and more. This was definitely a once-in-a-lifetime
Everything was so beautiful and so perfect. I especially loved
walking through Old Quebec City. I loved to see all the old buildings.
They were so well taken care of. I loved looking at all the beautiful
ice sculptures, and it made me think of how wonderful it would
be to live in Quebec. Everything seemed so carefully planned
I can't say I had a favorite activity. I love to sing and
dance, so I liked the folk singer and the
parade. I love sports and all outdoor activities, so I really
enjoyed Village de Sport, tobogganing,
and the roller skating. Like most everyone, I loved the shopping!
Although we did a lot of great things, I would have to say,
some of my favorite memories are of the food. This might sound
weird, but it's true. In Quebec I tried new foods that I have
never heard of before! I decided to try anything they gave me
because I might never get a chance like that again, and I didn't
want to have any regrets. When I tried the fondue, I can't say
it was love at first taste, (or second or third taste) but I'm
glad I did try it!
In Quebec, there were only two things that scared me. One
was on the last night of the carnival when everything was crazy.
It scared me a bit when we saw a small fight, a person being
carried away on a stretcher, and when the strange people came
into our hotel. The second was at Village de Sport when I was
at the top of Everest. That was the scariest, yet most thrilling
ride that I have ever been on.
Overall, I loved Quebec! It was a great experience. We might
not have learned much French, but we got to experience what it
is like to live in a French environment. So, I would just like
to say to all of my fellow Canadians who live in Quebec: IF I
EVER SEE ANOTHER ONE OF THOSE STUPID HORNS, I WILL SCREAM!!