Le Gite du Hu-Art
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... maple syrup and fruit at Casse-CrÍpe Breton when I realised I had not captured the beauty of the plate when it arrived. I got my camera out all ready to take a photo of a plate of food with a suspicious gap in it when it occurred to me that I could just come back today and have the same thing. What a hardship.
Despite being in French Canada I haven't actually had much in the way of French food, poutine being the exception, and ...
... it was proposed to me to have the Turndown Service I was not too sure exactly what they had to offer me.
The sad results, I'd like to know what you think of the service good night (turndown service), you also have ideas or experiences to make services is more pleasant and current. These people need to know what we want to make our stay unforgettable.
David ! : ) ...
... Quebec City. This meant that we climbed down around 300 steps in Quebec, hopped on the ferry then climbed up around 300 steps in Levis! We had to do the same in reverse to get home again.
Between our earlier daytime photos and our night pictures we had dinner in a small diner where the man was very helpful but spoke very little English. He was a very nice man and patient and impressed with the bits of French I knew. We got there and had a decent ...
... conquered navigating through the strongest storm I've faced in a foreign surrounding. I am sure I have grown from this. At least I have achieved something today, felt satisfied.
Walking out of the shower room, I realised the rain has already stopped (so abruptly). Well, maybe this is just one of the training session someone up there gave me. I passed right? :P
It is ...
... and even with about 7 layers of clothing that included thermals and down jackets we could still feel the wind in our bones!!! This did not stop us and we made the most of every minute.
The day was filled with a number of activities that involved either snow, eating or having fun. We took a horse and sleigh ride over the Plains Of Abraham and through the Carnival itself. Then it was off to do some snow tubing. We had to walk up the hill with a rubber tube and then you came ...