Bed And Breakfast La Maison Bourlamaque
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... rooms off the parking lot like previously. The main corridor looks dingy and has an odour but the rooms were clean and equipped with everything we needed. The pool was a decent size and the boys had it all to themselves. Unlike the night before, there were no puffy comforters on the bed which meant at some point in the night, I ended up as the meat in the sandwich. Things I have forgotten: #2 story books to read to Ben at bed and ...
... manner dodging people left and right but managing not to crash or fall over. I was struggling to keep up with him on the way down before dropping him and Josh off for the afternoon lessons, unfortunately they got the same instructor - half way through they still weren't happy so I had a word with the chief instructor and they will have a different instructor tomorrow. So amazed at the boys ability to pick up skiing so quickly, I did some last runs ...
... the English and the French history. It was built for the Canadian Pacific Railway and opened in 1893. The hotel is perched on top of a tall Cape overlooking St Laurent River and offers spectacular views for kilometres. Both the inside and outside of the hotel are beautiful. We had drinks in Le Sam bar.
We had dinner at Matto, an Italian restaurant located in Hotel 71. The food and wine were excellent but it was quite expensive.
We're at our final port - Quebec, Quebec. We had a relaxing day at sea yesterday and we didn't do anything of note. We sleep in, ate when we wanted to and read or surfed the net.
Today we had an excursion to some of the sights around Quebec. Our first stop was Montmorecy Falls. They are 275 feet high - 100 feet higher than Niagara Falls but not nearly as wide. There is a suspension bridge over the falls so you can ...
... too late to see it this day, but was to catch it on my final morning here, so will detail it later. The next thing to do on this busy first day was discover how to get down to the Lower Town, and across to the waterfront. I wanted to turn up a bit earlier for the performance, as Balti had recommended, to be sure of getting a seat. The Funicular was one of eleven pathways that can get you from the Upper to the Lower Town, and it WAS fun! A little glass boxed elevator that ...