B & B Saint-Louis
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... to do I caught the bus back, got asked out by a nice French boy, declined the boy, and went back to the church to pack my clothes. We then got all fancied up and went to a social justice conference that was a wine and cheese event. I drank some good wine and had enough cheese to satisfy myself for at least a week and had a really great time listening to the speakers! When we got home, I jumped in my sweat pants and curled up and read the End ...
We loved Quebec. Toronto is a great cosmopolitan city, Montreal is tres cool but Quebec felt like a really good fit to us. The only walled city in North America Quebec is small enough to get around on foot. It's also old – genuinely old some things were probably a good 150-200 years old.
The French here was much clearer, or perhaps the people we spoke to were a bit more patient, we found the place friendly and warm in everything except the weather.
... view of the city and the St Lawrence river. It also gave us views of the Chateau Fontenac towering over the city but more on that later. Our path took us along the sides of the citadel along the top of the moat like gap between the outer and inner walls, one of the many defensive features of this fort. The citadel was built in the early 1800's by the British for two purposes. They feared attack from the Americans and also revolt from the French speaking Quebec population ...
... BUY SOMETHING NICE. BECAUSE THE REGRET is not worth having. I am on a holiday! Don't be stingy to myself.
There's this small shop in La Marche du Vieux Port that I want to mention. It sells so many many things. And many of them are items we have back at home! Lee Kim Guan sauces, pocky. There are also very interesting seasonings and spices stored in test tubes with elephant logo. Also shelves of tea leaves! Heaven for you ...
... boutique hotel with 27 rooms. The Manoir d'Autueil is in houses built in 1835, so the rooms are all quirky and different. Our room was delightful, with a narrow staircase leading up to its bathroom. Great place altogether! After lunch at L'Hobbit (a fromage and charcuterie platter), we went off to explore. Past narrow cobblestone streets peppered with boutique hotels, restaurants and cafes, our first ...