B&B Au Petit Roi
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... alter of Notre-Dame de Québec Basilica-Cathedral, the first cathedral built in North America.
We had a quick lunch before meeting for our afternoon 'Quebec Food' walking tour; we also took time to check out the impressive lobby of the Chateau Frontenac , which was near by. The fifteen foot tall floral display in the lobby was very impressive, with yellow lillies woven among bamboo reeds.
There were a dozen of us on the food walking tour, and ...
... near the former home of hockey star Gil de Ferren (valued at a cool $4 million), then on to Montmorency Falls, which is higher than Niagara. Our last stop was a small maple syrup camp on the island of Orleans. We each sampled a maple lollipop, made by drizzling the maple syrup over a bed of crushed ice and rolling it on a wooden lollipop stick. Yummy good. Our evening consisted of a delicious French meal and then some relaxation in our cabin. A very good ...
... we braved the rain that gradually got heavier as we walked to the bridge at the top of the falls. These falls are higher than the Niagara Falls.
The initial plan was to walk to the bottom of the falls but the stairways were closed due to the weather. If I wasn't so wet I may have been a little more disappointed. We ended up eating our picnic lunch on the bus.
We continued on the short drive to Quebec City and our Hostel the HI Quebec. Blake and I had been ...
... area of town, past the ice rink & back down on the funicular. Followed the concierge's recommendation & dined at L'Echaude - excellent.
Wednesday - caught the ferry across the river just to get a panoramic view of the city - well worthwhile. Back to the museum next to the hotel where we were picked up for a tour of the Ice Hotel - only about 20 mins out of town but very interesting - & very cold. Glad ...
... another police car is following us even when we stopped at a Catholic Church where the ferry Terminal and boatyard is.
The middle of the island is farmland of different vegies, potatoes, apple trees, grapes, cattle and diary for the cheese they make on the island. Stopped at another chocolate place but it was closed went to the lookout to see the view of the island and took some photos and video. ...