The yacht club is in a pretty spot, but more expensive and way far away from town, so no reason to move there. After lunch back on the boat, I wrestled with the internet and finally gave up. Went up to do some plein air painting of Bistro Brigantin in the lower city instead.
|A scenic cafe|
I texted Jon to meet me at 4:30 and we ended up with another great meal at L'Omelette. We enjoyed the street artists on the way back, before joining our other new friends, Henriette and Yvan at a concert by the Quebec Symphony performing Classic Movie Themes.
|This musician can play multiple glasses at once like chords on his "glass harp"!|
Our way back to the boat was blocked by the nightly Moulin a Images, which is a huge movie shown on the grain silos of the still operating Bunge company. The huge movie tells the history of Quebec in a very clever way, taking advantage of the unique surface of the "screen". For more information on "the biggest projection in the world, see
|Jon got Yvan's explanation in English; I got it in French from Henriette!|