Le Gite du Hu-Art
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... friendly with us. She says everyone in Arizona is really nice.
As we walked out again and, you guessed it, it started to rain. Just lightly at first so we just keep wandering the city, but with our umbrellas in hand. There was a funicular from the top of the upper city to the lower town area closer to the river, but ...
... which marked the start of the NWT Recreation and Parks Association's month-long game of tag. I received the inspiration for this event from this clip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGvcQ_9B ekk Happily, the folks in my office are happy to participate (it's a small, fantastic NGO of people I adore). The rules are as follows:
Tag shall begin at midnight on Nov. 1st, 2013 and end at 11:59:59 on Nov. ...
... whom I got to know during my exchange year in Granada. This way we had a local and a translator in one with us :-)
Québec City turned out to be also our "coldest" experience. We arrived there in the middle of October and it was already pretty damn cold there. And windy. We lived a bit outside of the center, so we had to get a bus to the get there. Then we noticed, once again, how expensive Canada is. The ...
... morning and paying him for the extra night. Went on Trip Advisor and found a chalet in Riviere-du-Loup on Saint Lawrence River for two nights. Discussed it with Richard and booked it online through Booking.com. Emailed Motel Aufleuve D'Argent to confirm there was WIFI, kitchen for cooking and parking ad there was. Richard watched the last of the English speaking DVD's I listened while typing and then it was bedtime.
... River. At the base of the falls is a big mound of ice and snow (the Sugarloaf which is formed by frozen spray from the falls). We took the cable car up to the top and walked along the suspension bridge to view the falls from above. The roaring sound of the falls was incredible. The falls are apparently higher than Niagara Falls. After just over an hour we were back on the bus and visited a local copper shop and then a bakery ...