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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... the hotel owner recommended to me for restaurants so I went there for an early steak dinner which was quite good. This meant I could get home early and publish all the blog entries before retiring for the night. There had been some light rain so not a good night for night photography, which I plan to do some time over the next 2 nights here. Also noticed there are a lot of lovely old homes in this area as I walk around, even outside the old ...
... architectural buildings in Grande Allee Est passed the old and new three storey homes in Rue De Claire Fontaine till we reached Rue Saint Jean the shopping street. Richard wants a french cake but all the places we have been to the cakes are tiny and costly not like at home where you get a good size slice with your Latte. Lovely french lady and gentleman saw us looking at our map and told us where the cake and chocolate shops were but we still didn't ...
... the road expectantly, monitoring his text, mumbling something over and over over and over, for a hour or so, gave me some concern. All the passengers in the front 6 rows around this guy were older women or women with children.The driver was way down in the seat a small elderly guy.
So I gave Barbara my long grey scarf and told her to take it back to her seat directly behind this guy. I told her to wrap one end around one hand and ...
... include a parade featuring early folklore, music and dance. Quebec is the birthplace of Circ de Solae and we managed to catch a glimpse of the graduating classes performance. This was followed by a laser show featuring a number of films projected onto the silos at the port in Lower Town and finished off with fireworks over the harbour.
We have two nights at the Fairmont Frontenac so it was nice to unpack our bags instead of living out or the ...
... and generally everything a tourist could possibly want, all set along narrow, paved streets that encourage people rather than cars. It took me a little while to work out which direction along Quai Saint Andre I should be headed, but a general flood of people heading in one direction soon gave a clue. The cirque du soleil was due to begin at 9:15. I arrived at about 8:30, and there was already a huge group of people waiting. Within less than 15 minutes, the line stretched ...