La Maison LaFleur
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... pie. The sun was blazing but within 10 minutes the rain was falling and our delightful waiter simply said, that is Quebec weather! Sounds like Melbourne. We will explore a bit further and then we have our last night on board the Maasdam as we cruise to our ultimate destination, Montreal. The cruise has exceeded our expectations with great food and service and very friendly staff and fellow travellers. As we say in Quebec au ...
... a coach.
My ride was waiting for me at the Berri-Uqam station in Montreal and I hopped in with a cheery hello to all....unfortunately I was met with a subdued response and the replacing of earphones as the car settled back to its comfortable silence. Engaging conversationalists these were not but all things considered this was still much preferable to the bus and 3 hours later I was in Quebec....and it was snowing!
As I was ...
... We are very close to the Rue St Jean, outside the city walls so we are 10 minutes from the Plains of Abraham, Quebec Parliament building, the city walls and the citadel. We are 20 minutes from the centre of town and the Chateau Frontenac.
So we wandered over the Plains of Abraham, named after a man called Abraham who used to graze his animals there. The plains have two Martello Towers, a band stand and lots of benches. The plains are a large ...
... How to take bus home
I decided to go QC our rented apartment.
It is just right next to the Horse Station, so many beautiful horses... I wonder when I can learn horse riding...
couldnt go in, forget that we actually have the passcode. Will try it again next time!
Really tired and bored.
After buying my weekly bus pass I am only left with 6 bucks in my wallet. ...
... called the Cuckoo restaurant. The kids had a great time and got up and played the spoons to accompany the musician.
After this we went for a guided tour of old Quebec with a news correspondent for CBC. He was a very knowledgable and interesting man. I really enjoyed listening to the history of Quebec and its origins. It was a very long tour however, and the kids started to get a little restless by the end. We got off the bus in the old part of ...