Hayden's Wexford House
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... bacon, beans and pretty much anything else. We're not sure about that but it did taste good on pancakes.
The rest if the morning was then spent touring the city with a very entertaining ex firefighter guide. We saw most of what the city had to offer and we were pleasantly surprised with its beauty. There were quaint little houses, boutiques and restaurants mixed in ...
... rooms had a different theme- from pirate to eastern island to India, African, remote Canada etc. The detail that went into every single square inch is mind blowing. Check it out if you are in Quebec. It is absolutely breathtaking. Before we left we couldn't go passed having a drink out of an ice glass. Incredible. Just amazing. We left after a few hours still a bit mesmerised at how cool what we just saw was, and ...
... We were approaching the end of the tour but had one last stop. A memorial to the Vimy Ridge battle which was a battle that the 22nd Battalion fought in France in the first world war. With great appreciation we bid farewell to our guide and headed for the exit. On the outside we circled the fort further north following the walls to reach Governers trail. This elevated boardwalk and trail was opened in 1958 to connect the top of the citadel to Terrasse Dufferrin the main ...
... du Soleil performance and a light and sound show on the silos of the port
-Walking around the outer walls of the old city
-Seeing the changing of the guard at the Citadel
-Eating a traditional 3 course Quebecois meal at the oldest house/restaurant in Quebec City (for $20)
-Eating at many other delightful restaurants
-Drinking good wine
-Soaking up the French-Canadian ...
... only want to speak in French. Certainly when we told people in Vancouver we were going to Quebec and Montreal, they would ask “do you speak French?” “No” we replied. “Good Luck then!” was the usual answer.
Well we have found the French Canadians to be not snobby at all. Many open with “Bonjour, Hello!” and let you pick the language you want. Many restaurants have 2 piles of menus, an English menu and a French menu, allowing ...