Hayden's Wexford House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... anyone on it! I got 3 seats myself. For one I actually slept on a flight. I must have needed it.I worked out I'd basically been awake for 48 hours, having not slept since Thursday night Perth time (in Perth was now early of Sunday).
I then negotiated the signs, carousel and ground staff to get a shuttle bus to La Guardia airport. Here I was staying the night at an inexpensive hotel. It took about 2.5 hours to get offs the plane my ...
... were established after the prison's closure. In front of the building is an open courtyard which use to accommodate the large crowds during public hangings. The balcony in which people were hung no longer exists but we were able to see a picture of it on a nearby interpretive plaque. We proceded down the street and Pierre pointed out some of the different architectural styles which are still present throughout old Quebec City. One style of home built is known as New France which is ...
... museums and rides? I already came all the way here, why do I choose to miss out the fun and food.
Ask yourself, do you remember every single food item you've eaten in a tour 10 years ago? You won't right. Most probably, you would only have collections of a certain meal that is especially memorable, likely to be a delicious authentic local cuisine.
Well I have already created that memory.
1. Home-cooked meals at Marta house
2. Wedding dinner
We awoken to quite heavy snow today. After our usual breakfast of scrambled eggs, bacon and of course fresh croissants we headed uptown to take in a tour of the old Citadelle de Quebec. This is the largest active fortress built in North America and is home to the Royal 22nd Regiment. Also known as the Gibraltar of America, construction started in 1820 and lasted 30 years. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and quite funny. Much of the tour was ...
... rather than 3x24 hours – which would have expired at about midday. (Val was particularly peeved about this because she hates to have broken any rules, and we had specifically enquired about the validity period of the passes before we purchased them!) we were at the station with plenty of time before our noon train to Quebec and cocooned our packs in their travelling covers and entrusted them to the ...