Auberge Michel Doyon
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Day 3 skiing and Matthew was doing Blue runs by the afternoon. Josh was building his confidence with steeper green runs and parallel turning - he's better than he credits himself and needs to push the boundaries to improve further. Melinda had a great day building skills in the morning and a fantastic lesson in the afternoon. Matthew and I went down some difficult blue runs late in the day - steep and ...
We arrived in Quebec City in the late morning. We dropped off the trailer and decided to take a chance and drive the car into the city because it isn't extremely large. The going was good and our GPS got us into town within 10-15 minutes. We immediately spotted a parking lot with a few empty spaces so we turned in and were parked without any problem. We decided to do a self guided walking tour through the ...
... card wasn't worth the paper it was written on in Quebec. I'd been expecting that, but what was annoying was that I'd have to pay $150 cash, before seeing the doctor. I thought what if they tell me it's a virus, and don't prescribe antibiotics, because they won't do any good? Then I'm out of pocket, plus taxi fare, plus the time I'd waste waiting to see the doctor...I had to go across a couple of roads to get to the nearest ATM. A nice lady just happened to ask if I needed ...
... cook in the entire world, except perhaps for muffins (No hard feeling, Mom!). Unfortunately, a step is already made because I had to forget them the day that I moved in my apartment at Montmagny downtown last semester. But since the spring break, I succumbed to her delicious treats and it's with emotion that I shared my last brunch with my dear little mama.
2- Cat naps!
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... and rest again so we made our way back to the hotel. Unfortunately we weren’t going to get to see the Samurai exhibit after all. I didn’t think I could walk around an hour or two in a museum and Graham didn’t want to go on his own. We stayed in the hotel room the rest of the afternoon watching tv, packing up and getting ready to check out.
We did that about 7 and got to the train station in Quebec City, called Gare du Palais, about an hour before the ...