Auberge Beaux Reves Et Spa (Sweet Dreams Inn)
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... as we tour Quebec City. We will need to leave early, as rain is predicted for Sunday and the days following.
Colleen experienced a first yesterday when a young teenage girl offered her a seat on the bus. I think she would have felt better if it had been a young teenage boy who offered! Note the picture Jim took on the bus window depicting an "old woman" who should be offered a seat on the bus by a younger person. Ouch!
Got up early so we could be at the Museum when it first opened at 9.30am. The driving wasn't that bad at that time even though it was at peak period. The museum was the called the Canadian Museum of History, and it took us 2 hours to walk through. We found the small display area on the reservation schools really interesting and sad all at the same time. After we were finished we walked across the ...
... the jetty.
Beth, Sabrina and I walked down to the local grocery store to buy some marshmellows and other ingredients to make smores in our campfire after dinner. When we got back Blake had the fire going.
Dinner consisted of fresh salad and vegetables, fruit, cheese, hommus, pate and fresh bread. I think we were all happy with this as it was nice and light, not to mention refreshing after our big lunch.
After dinner we went out to our campfire ...
... on the green slopes and walking a while on the stupid flat skier areas and we moved on to the blue runs.
I sneakily took everyone down a run that started green, but I knew turned black all the way to the bottom of the hill so woops... I heard about it all the way down but when we got to the bottom everyone was stoked to have completed a few blacks and they wanted to do a few more but it was the end of the day and ...
Day 2 on the mountain was a much more pleasant experience as the temperature climbed a little. Still a balmy -15 degrees. It seemed like yesterday everyone wasn't having too much fun yesterday with all of the falling over so today I took some extra extra time and helped everyone individually and by midday they were all making it down the bigger bunny hill without falling over.