La Maison LaFleur
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... no plan of where to stop. So it got to 11pm that night after 5 hrs of driving with no where for the 6 of us to sleep. We aimed for a town called Plattsburgh and hoped we would find a place to accommodate us. Unfortunately it was the homecoming weekend for University students so Plattsburgh motels were all booked out. Luckily a nice fellow lead us to a small town by a lake with a couple of spare motel rooms for $90 a room. It was at Rouses Point just short ...
... ended up being taken by ambulance to hospital as he was showing signs of have a heart attack. We have since heard that he didn't have one and that the medics were running tests to ascertain what was wrong. Hopefully he and his wife will be able to join us again later in the tour.
We crossed the border into Canada with relative ease and continued our journey to reach Quebec about ten hours after we left Boston. It's a bit of a surprise to find that ...
... to check out the snow sculptures which were pretty awesome, and then had a go on the ferris wheel, i still have this fear of heights that I cant shake but i kicked on with it anyway. We watched some grommets playing hockey on the rink and then went to an area where we got to contribute to the construction of an igloo. It was all messed up and i contributed to knockin a few blocks off myself.
One of the big things i wanted to do ...
... the tree tops. Such an incredible sight. And as you will see from the photos, these colours are everywhere.
We were met at the airport by a Princess cruise representative, and as it turned out, most of the people on our plane wee also joining our cruise. As you would expect, The embarkation process goes like clockwork so when we arrived at the port, we were moved along through security and check in and allowed to board ...
... It's so weird that they mix those two together. Viet--> Pho and Rice rolls Bangkok--> Pad Thai and Tom yum... I miss them so much.
Finally after the 3 hours "city bus tour", I reached old quebec. Felt so drained and hungry. It is already 3pm, I need food. Walked as quickly as I could to the nearest and biggest cafe. Bought the cheapest and biggest pastry I see- Almond cream puff.
It is huge but it tasted ...