Auberge Douceurs Belges
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... not fussy and will eat almost anything but I told the waiter "no onion". My superbly cooked steak arrives with a whole onion on the plate. This could be as good as getting a fly in your soup and I thought I might get this meal for free. I called our waiter over pointed to the onion and asked "what's this" "An onion" he said. "I'll tell chef right away." I thought I'd seen this scene played out in Fawlty Towers at one time. He came back and said the chef is sincerely ...
... would be crazy... Every aisle and window seat was filled by a massive, bearded/tattooed man so each of us was sitting in between two football players. They were super loud and intimidating and we all looked so small smashed in between them. I sat next to two guys who happened to be on the newspaper front page and I now have them on snapchat! They play for the Hamilton Tigercats. When the plane landed, we all dashed for food and I called home since I wouldn't be ...
So I promised one of my friends I would take photographs of everything on this trip, including my food. The problem with the food is I'm usually halfway through enjoying it before I remember my promise, especially here in Quebec City. This means my friend is going to be presented with a lot of photos of half empty plates and I'm not sure she's going to be impressed.
Just yesterday I was happily, oh so happily, tucking into my French ...
... br> Audrey will be "it" first
You cannot tag a person within the Donald Cooper Building
No touch backs
When asked if you are “it,” you have 3 secs to respond
Your actions should not put another person at risk of physical harm (emotional scarring is optional)
If you are flying out of town, you are exempt from the time you enter the security line at the airport until you re-enter the airport ...
... Quel surprise! That's French!
We arrived at around 0515 Saturday local time in Charny (due to time zone change) and it was dark and very cold! The ticket included a transfer to Quebec City central station, so we queued up and jumped into a taxi for the 30minute ish hop into town. The central station was empty and very quiet so we sorted out our bags, worked out where our Airbnb apartment was and headed off into the dawn of Quebec City. We walked ...