Castel D'Amerique Francaise
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in one. Oh, and a gun department where you can purchase guns and ammunition! Quebec City was a really eye opener. I knew of the French influence in the east Canadian provinces, however I wasn't prepared to find out that it no one speaks English; it is all French speaking! Coming into Quebec quite late, we went to dinner and then went to a nightclub called Degobear, which is in ...
... the night in. We all just winged it from New York. We just drove 6 hours north hoping a town had accommodation. It was 11pm and a town we tried had no availability. The motel manager helped us with ringing people in the next town and managed to accommodate us all at a town called Rouses Point. Driving through Canadian customs was a breeze and Scott and James got there 2 year visas all sorted. The beautiful trees that lined the ...
... calories from the $20 lunch special.
The rest of the afternoon was spent walking around the shopping district ducking in and out of little alleyways when we saw interesting little features on the houses or buildings.
As the sun set on our first full day in Quebec City we sit and appreciate the pretty pink hues that the setting sun has painted and head back to our apartment to refuel for the next day.
Day 3: Hinesh gets us up early to try ...
... were cliffs facing the Saint Laurent River. Samuel de Champlain founded Quebec in 1608 and built it on the narrowest part of the river as the french canons didn't have the distance for firing and from this point they could bombard all the wooden battleships and no one could take the fort.
Lots of winding streets with beautiful old buildings you could quite easily get lost here, we followed our little map down Saint Jean to the ...
... mascot since given as a gift by Queen Victoria during her reign. SHE was given one as a gift by the Shar of Persia, although why he'd think a Queen would want a smelly male goat is beyond me! He's beautifully arrayed in blue vest and with a silver embossed plate on his forehead, so he fit in just fine with all the smart red and black uniforms of the guards. I really would have given a penny for his thoughts though, parading around with soldiers armed with either guns or ...