Le Manoir de Beaumont
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... to 9 - maybe 9 small crepes?). What arrived was a nine-inch golden brown flat pancake that covered the entire plate. Butter and maple syrup from the local community only added to its deliciousness. The owners were so happy we enjoyed it (obviously made apparent by the sighs we made as we ate).
Thanks to the Quebec City Tourist Bureau, we found a great place to stay overnight - $15, water and dump included. (To compare, the Marina, close to old ...
... had a sleep while I did the washing caught up with downloading entries in Travelpod plus photos for yesterday. Richard caught up with Gilles who showed him how to operate the TV and DVD so he could watch some tonight.
Had fun trying to work out the Grill on the oven (boy do I like French) but we got there in the end and finally had dinner at 7.00pm with pineapple, strawberries and yoghurt. We live well here. Richard wanted a ...
... pack up our bags, check out of the room at 11am, have a leisurely walk around, some crepes at our favourite crepe restaurant before doing a quick bit of shopping (a present for Art & Janine in Ottawa) and then heading to the station.
For the first time since our journey began, they weighed our bags! Jenny’s bag was on the limit at 40 lbs (18kgs)! Lucky for us Jenny’s bag was resting on the wall as it was weighed so it probably weighed ...
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So dinner settled, I am set for home.
On the way back I met Monica so we chat and took the bus home together.
She's a nice person.
Asked if I wanna watch movie with her and friends, but I was too tired.
Saturday we are going to the Beer Festival together... V, I promise I will be careful :)
Home sweet Home.
V, you are always my baby.
I love you <3
... down to the far end of rue Saint Louis, and discovered what is claimed to be the most photographed hotel in the world, Chateau Frontenac. As beautiful as it is, I wouldn't swap it for the cosy, charming little historic B&B I was in, particularly when were talking hundreds of dollars a night for a room, and the most expensive suite is $2500! A huge statue of Quebec's founder in 1608, the French explorer Samuel du Champlain, stands in the plaza in front of it, leading to ...