Le Gite du Hu-Art
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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On Monday October 6, we took a train from Quebec City to Montreal for the next couple weeks of our adventure. The train ride was beautiful, all the trees turning colours and we could just sit back and relax! There was only one mild incident of the emergency exit being opened but all the fresh air was a nice surprise. After the train we loaded all our gear into three cars and drove to Camp Penial, a camp about an hour outside of Montreal on it's ...
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Looking back at Quebec, it seems we did very little but it was somewhere that made that very easy to do in a contented meandering way. Perhaps it was the size and ease with which it’s navigated, perhaps its European feel and age making us feel at home, but Quebec was by far our favourite place so ...
... cannons we saw Cateau Fontenac, the waterfront, city buildings and across the St Lawrence river to the town of Levis. What a day...spectacular sunshine and blue sky. Following more photos we walked along to the next building where our guide explained the prisoners and undisiplined soldiers were housed. Inside this amazing building cells and rooms there were many exhibits that showed the modern efforts of the 22nd Battalion housed in the citadel including the Gulf War, Iraq ...
... just about myself, I don't want to worry him too much, it is not fair. Dear say before, whatever he said I must remember the lessons and don't repeat. But I am scared that unconsciously I might disappoint him.
Finally bus 81 came, I board the bus and made it clear to the driver to call me when I should alight. I stood beside him the whole way. I cannot miss my stop again, because it is already freaking 10pm.