Couette & Cafe aux Douceurs de France
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... to explore the city.
Following the indications of Frommer's walking tours for the Upper and Lower Town, we wander through the narrow streets and laneways of the European-influenced provincial capital. First, we make the mandatory trek along the city walls, because it's what you do in a walled city. Then we tried to get ourselves lost, but that too, is something you do in a walled city, and ...
... again, and a few detours, but our GPS got us back fairly quickly. How did we survive travelling years ago without a GPS. If you don't have one yet I will highly recommend you buy one.
We had heard that the French people in Quebec could be intolerant to English speaking Canadians. We did not find this to be the case in the tourist areas of the cities. We found them to be very polite and helpful. However, ...
... we called it a nite and went back to the room to finish packing. We had to have our bags outside of the room by 11pm.
Overall, it was an excellent cruise with many interesting ports. I wasn't that imporessed with the cruise ship itself, Emerald Princess, as I found it's layout confusing with no grand dining room and no viewing lounge at the front of the ship. The staff didn't seem as focused on detail as the other ...
... involving a car, girl in a high hanging hoop, a drummer suspended in a chandelier high above us and a very realistic looking polar bear, although not all in the same act! It was outside the box, literally, at times, but so clever, entertaining, and a brilliant display of acrobatic talent. What an amazing way to end my first day in my new favourite city! I walked back to the B&B St Louis, discovering a beautiful mural in Place Royale that took up the entire wall of a ...
... went strangely well together! After lunch it was a collective siesta in the sun on the beach and a little walk with Imane. Late afternoon brought a stroll across the rocks of the bay were we once again found comfortable places to sit and and take in the views. Tried to play eye spy in French but when I tried to use my fail-safe 'horizon' Claire got it first time! Left Tadoussac around 6pm ish and went for ...