Au Clos Rolland, Couette & Cafe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Sainte-Adele
... where the 1759 battle was fought the roadways become x country ski trails and there are ski resorts outside the city. It was strange to see the ice blocks going up river this morning and down river this afternoon because of the great tides. The St Lawrence River is 150 feet deep at Quebec and freshwater. It is 800 miles long and 500 miles from the Atlantic and the salt water is 25 miles away. The Main Street or Grande ...
... to climb along the divide between old and new. Urban hiking at its best with interesting architecture to look at, massive stone bridges crossing over the boulevards that were once the gates into this fortified city and stunning views out to the St. Lawrence and the mountains to the north. We definitely got a workout; both of us had sore calf muscles the next day. Bustling city on west side, ancient refurbished homes, offices, shops ...
... but the information section was closed. I got a map & the lady informed me that the cable car is closed for January (annual maintenance), & the stairs are closed due to the snow they are to dangerous to use. So I asked how to I get down to the footbridge then. She informed me that I can walk down the north side if I have good shoes on and it is quite steep. I thought that's fine I've got my hiking boots on. Then I looked at were I had to walk down and thought how am ...
... beautiful building dating to the late 1870s/80s. We say where the laws are made. Since 1967 this has been a unicameral system. Prior to that an upper house made up of the Queen's appointees had to approve all laws past in the lower court. Canada became a confederation in 1867. After, that we stopped for a coffee/soda break and then took a tour of the Morrin Center -- an old prison dating to the early 1800s and later became an English College, ...
... in the scary bike lane right next to cars!
On our bikes we rode to Old-Montreal, where we visited an Archeology Museum. We made use of the English tours, and learnt some really interesting history about the city of Montreal and Quebec (as the Provence.. I.E a State).
We also saw the original grave yard, which was dug up and then preserved, the original sewage system and part of this massive wall that they built to keep the English out... it didn't work ...