Aux Dormants du Boise
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We got up early, and after a quick breakfast, headed to downtown Ottawa for a double-decker bus tour of the Capitol. Before we got on the bus, we were treated to a view of the changing of the guards as they marched down the street from the Parliament buildings. Our bus took us across the river into Quebec, and when we saw the Quebec Tourist Bureau, we paid them a visit and bought a map of Quebec and got information on Quebec City ...
... to the Royal Canadian Mint. It was such a lovely day and 29 degrees so we got plenty of sun on our way there. We paid our $6 and signed up to do a tour which was just about to start so we went straight in. We were only with 4 other people so enjoyed having a much smaller tour than the last time. It was actually quiet different from the last tour and finding out about the gold and silver that ...
... a couple of drinks and enjoy the clear warm-ish evening. Sabrina had never had a roasted marshmellow in her life! She said that they were hard to find in Liechtenstein amd when you did come across them they were very expensive.
Blake and I tried our first proper smore! Consisting on Honey Maid wheat crackers, a piece of Hersheys milk chocolate, 2 roasted marshmellows smooshed together like a sandwich. It was deliscious but apparently it takes practice to get ...
... were closing. We did one more run and the snowboarding came to an end for the time being.
We got back to the hostel and I packed up all my gear. Today was a really sad day as three weeks with Alex was coming to an end :( We said our goodbyes, I nearly cried haha. Sucks to have to leave a mate, but I'm excited seeing him in Brazil in a few months to watch him get married! I jumped in the car with Jenny and Steph and ...
... some positive signs I took Alex up the big hill and got him on some of the easier runs on the mountain. Although it took a while to get to the bottom I could tell that he was loving it! We kept going over and over and over and by the end of the day I took him down his first blue run. He was hooked. We went back down to find Matt, Chris and Kellie, but couldn't find them anywhere ...