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 …
... forces with Adrian and Alison to get all of our laundry out of the way in one go. Their (now clean) laundry was still in our cabin as I reminded Alison perhaps slightly too loudly….and much to the bemusement of one rather shocked gentleman standing close by studying one of the day’s restaurant menus. Perhaps there was more fun to be had on this ship than singing Ave Maria at the foot of a lead-cladded statue!
... But to eat a beaver tail is beyond us, and poutine completely goes against our rules of good eating, But both traditional fare here!
So much to share about a wonderful experience; with me teasing my big brother again while promenading above the Great St.Lawrence Seaway.
Accounts of ice canoe races on the frozen seaway! Traditional ice canoes, LÚvis transportation once used by Quebec ...
... and found out this time we were checking our bags into a luggage car instead of carrying on ourselves. The services are so inconsistent but in the end who can complain when we didnt have to carry our bags all the way through. We found our seats which were amongst the most comfortable we had ever had on a train. Luggage compartments above, heaps of leg room and a big tray table. We polished off the remaining bagels, relaxed, completed some more blogs and Rox had a nap. The 3 ...
... the poo.....lol). We decided to stop for a bit and have a lay in the sun and soak up the rays. Afterwards we finished walking the section of the wall up to Saint Louis Street. Here we crossed into the new town and went for a look around the grounds of the Parliament Building, and at Fontaine de Tourny.
West of the city walls is the Parliament Hill district and the Plains of Abraham. The Parliament Building, the meeting place of the ...