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 …
... I think Ted is tired of Sheree pointing and swooning over every tree on the way. We just so happened to pass a little patisserie called Paul and stopped and ate croissants and pain au chocolate and chaussons aux pommes. It had 2 little chairs so we just stayed and warmed up as well. Everything was a splendid, flaky, buttery, and certainly as good as anywhere in France.
Traffic was light and after a ...
... we spent there were the most expensive weeks of our journey. A single bus ride cost almost 4 CAD!
The city center makes a very sweet, cottage-like impression. It looks a bit like an old French village. We visited the Citadel and passed by the famous hotel "Château Frontenac". The boyfriend of our friend works in the nearby Hotel Clarendon, so we got to go up to the roof there (which normally ...
... t with us as their excursion was in the afternoon - Somehow Princess gave Andy and I morning excursions and it was sold out so Helen/Beulah couldn't change to it. Their excursion lasted until 6pm so it was an exhausting afternoon for them.
But we still went to dinner at 6:30. Andy and I had made a reservation at Sabatini's, the 'pay' ($25) Italian restaurant onboard as a special final dinner of our trip.
... I will remember’ and is to honour & remember those who lost their lives in battle but also in reference (according to our guide) to the people of the region to remember their heritage, being French and speaking the language of France.
After lunch we went on a tour of the National Assembly / Parliament building for the Quebec Region. It is where the 125 representatives of the province of Quebec meet. We enjoyed the tour and ...