Maison Historique James Thompson
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMaison Historique James Thompson Quebec City
This house goes back to the 1700s. The folks that run it as a bed and breakfast these days take pride in its history. The very generous and delicious breakfast served in the main dining room was a great way to start the day. The conversation among the guests only added to the great stay we had here!
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It`s been a very full day and a half in Quebec City, arriving here late on Sunday afternoon via ferry boat. After driving into Canada from Maine, we drove to the city of Levis (Luh-VEE) along the St. Lawrence Seaway and boarded the ferry to cross over to Quebec. This offers a fantastic view of the old walled city, which was …
... sadly no bears! Cruise over we drove back towards Quebec city, stopping to grab something to eat in Baie Saint Paul. A town with a high street that would be right at home in Disney Land, somewhere a little to twee and perfect, not a single Poundland shop in sight! We arrived at our 'Chateau' in Quebec. The motorway running behind it made it feel less like we were in France, but at £25 a night, we couldn't ...
... in touch with the organist at the Anglican Cathedral . I am going there for service tomorrow and he is going to find someone who knows more about the history of the Cathedral. Walking down Rue St.Jean was really neat. I still think I am in France. Stopped in a dress shop. Looked at a skirt and blouse. I went back later to try them on. Skirt is a no, but thinking about the blouse. We'll see. Found the tourist information center ...
... in terms of fatalities suffered on the island. Of the more than 4 million immigrants, just over 7,000 are buried on the island. The vast majority of these occurred during the horrific season of 1847, when over 5,000 typhus-infected Irish peasants expired either during the voyage, or on the island in quarantine.
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... On the way out I slipped on the stone steps. Since I had the camera around my wrist and was trying to protect it I fell very awkwardly (as opposed to falling gracefully) and ended up hurting both of my ankles but mostly the left one. Bob turned around and I was in a crumpled heap at the bottom. He helped me over to cafe and we had a chocolate dipped ice cream cone. But not like DQ. The chocolate was super thick. After my fall ...