La Maison LaFleur
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... to Yellowstone National Park. We have another 2 border crosses ahead of us, so hopefully they go smoothly. No troubles yet for our last 2. Slow start for everyone after going to bed late. That afternoon we packed Slater (Mattys Van) and went into town. We had a look up at the observatory and learnt a bit of info which was good. When Quebec City was settled, there was a big fur trade industry and a lot of complications with the Native Indians who were forced ...
... past and there is still a loyal contingent of Moxie drinkers in Maine. They even have an annual festival to celebrate it.
And then we came to the border and had a nice long chat with a Canadian Border Agent. Nice guy. I was glad he didn’t search the car, because Steve fibbed a little about how much wine we had back there and didn’t admit to having a few cigars. And as we entered Canada we found ourselves faced ...
... a couple of nights before. The meals are $4.99 which is ‘Awesome’ and if you didn't succumb to its warm atmosphere, beer, or pleasant vibe, you could have a cheap eat. This night we succumbed to both and it was only a burger and couple of drinks later that we moved on despite finding out within minutes that they would not be open for the match.
A little more wobbly we continued a search of a host. We found pub Parvis, not too far away, and round the corner from ...
... treat and let us get a good solid 10 hour sleep. Turned out we really needed that sleep as today was to be packed full of walking, photos, loads of history and in true RoRox style plenty of local cuisine and beverages. We chose to start with a visit to the Quebec Citadel. The walk here was picturesue as we headed up hill from our hostel past more city wall gates, historical churches and many classical buildings. It turned out the walk we took was the long way but it let us get ...
... This time I missed my stop again, and when I reached Terminus Les Salues. I missed my bus 81 and had to wait for an hour for the next one. Tired Hungry ****** Cold. Ultimate combi. Sky is turning dark and I am all alone in this deserted bus station. There is this old man who was rummaging through the dust bin for cans... I decided to walk to a nearby convenient store to grab some food. Every single item is so dusty and nearing ...