Above, left, and below,
Old Montréal attracts
tourists from all
parts of the world,
but to Canadians of
a certain age, the
below is the
Montreal, built as it
was for Expo '67.
I rented a car to drive from the train station in Gaspé, Québec, back to the previous stop, Percé, and back again to Gaspé for my return trip to Montreal, so I could experience for myself the beauty of Quebec's wonderful Gaspé Peninsula
|Thousands of Northern Gannets nest on the seaward side of Bonaventure Island (above)|
off the shore of Québec's Gaspe Peninsula. None nest on the landward side (below).
© Photos by Kay Davies, 2010
|Gannets can, however, be seen fishing close to the town of Percé, Quebec.|
|The town of Percé is named after the "pierced rock"|
(roche percé) offshore.
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