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Travel Blogs from Quebec City
... will be a staple of our trip. Relatively healthy and varied these should stop us getting scurvy- although please no one tell Rusholme Kebab we’ve been unfaithful.
Now for the terrible. We’re not sure who recommended Ashton’s, if we did they would be getting a severe talking to. In our slightly delicate states post Hockey match we decided to take in Ashton’s a low end local chain of diners that we’d heard we should try. We can’t remember ...
... We noticed how striking the autumn colours had become. Almost just on entering Quebec province the brightness and vibrancy of the colours had been amplified about 5 times. There were reds, oranges, yellows and greens mixed right through all the forest along the sides of the roads. It certainly made the driving a lot more enjoyable as the roads today were all boring straight two lane highways. We cruised at 110km/hr towards Quebec only stopping for subway for lunch and a ...
... outside. It is a city within/under a city! We also visited the islands where the world trade fair was held in the late 60's and almost did a lap of the formula one track, but it was closed for a cycle race. We went to the green space at the top of Parc Mont Royal, the mountain from which Montreal derives is name. Of course many photo opps. Then on to Quebec via a lunch time stop at a local shopping ...
... regiment, or Van Doos as they became known. (This is a transliteration of the French for 22, "vingt-deux" as an English speaker would pronounce it.) Formed in 1914 at the outbreak of the First World War, it was the first ever to be solely under French speaking command. They became known for never losing in battle, and received many military honours.
A free tour of the Governor Generals house was leaving straight after this, so I tagged a long and found that ...
... giant slide on the tube. There were three runs and on each one you could come down a different way. I opted for the one you come straight down on although Nick and the girls like the ones that they twirled and spun you around as you went down.
Dog sledding was an amazing experience for the girls. They got to steer and ride their own sled. Emily opted to sit in the sled which meant Brittany was the driver and she steered the sled. She did a fantastic job as you have to stand ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking