Victorian Heritage Bed and Breakfast
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... walk back to the boat over a cab. This meal was the absolute highlight of our stay in Quebec City.
Back to work the next morning we made our way through the lock dropping us back to the river's water height below Quebec's harbor and it was on to Montreal. Just 2 more days under way and we arrived in our next port, the crew were all anxious to arrive as port brought reprieve. Once docked the owners were flying out to return home to Miami for a 5 day visit leaving us ...
... The first section is tropical and huge! There were sloths, turtles, crocodiles, massive birds, small birds, monkeys, capybara, and a bunch more. They were hard to spot in the jungle environment and I know we missed a lot of them. There were anaconda, poisonous frogs, piranhas, flamingos, macaws, and animals we have never seen before.
The next section is cold where otters, beavers, eagle, giant fish, and lots of different birds live. After that we ...
... a visit. The guide gave us an amusing talk about the famous sinful history of the activities of many sailors. The famous hedonistic party lifestyle of a sailor who may only get shore leave for a short period of time and with more money than they could spend would go wild in the streets of Montreal. Then their last stop before they return to their ships would be this church. They would go to repent their sins and ensure that if anything happened to them whilst ...
We woke up far too early again to make our bus ride back to the airport at 7:45am. A light breakfast, and a few small croissants in our bags, and a few last pictures, and we were boarded and ready to go. The trip only lasted an hour or so, and check in was quick, so we had a few minutes to browse the duty-free shops. Nothing that really caught our eye that we hadn't seen at the resort, except a bottle of some strange licorice liquor for someone we might ...
We walked from the bus terminal to to subway and after struggling with the French language we took a train 2 stops to out hotel. We trudged up the stairs to our hotel to be told we had been double booked and had been moved to their other hotel....which was right next to the bus terminal!!! The staff got a few grumpy comments for not having informed us via email. After checking in we ventured out into the city ...