Appartements Le Meribel de Quebec
Travel Blogs from Quebec City
... an open fire, a few tipsy locals drizzling Quebecois to one another, a guy propping up the bar, televised Olympics and a friendly barman,who advised us on a jug of ale to save our coin. At $7 for a two pint pitcher naturally we had to stay for 3…maybe 4 forgetting all about food. Whilst atChez Gerard one of us realised, through the haze of our first serious pints ina while, that our 12pm hockey final was in fact starting at 7am. The friendly barman advised us that Chez ...
... perfect eithout even using the tripod. Sitting perfectly behind the spire of the church the moon showed brilliantly in the photo. Really cool, clear shot! After walking around in the cool air for a few hours we decided to step into a cafe and order a Hot Chocolate to warm up. Unfortunately itwas a machine coffee not barista style but was still tasty and warmed us up sufficiently. We then walked the 5 minutes back home ready for a restful night sleep dreaming of the food and drink we'll try ...
... people using these public properties are not citizen of the country, why should they care.
Anyways back to the kitchen.
We started scrubbing and cleaning until all done and we are all good to go!
Marta and Felix gave me 40 Bucks to thank me for the help. I received thank you hugs too yay ^^ Really glad that I plucked the courage to ask to come.
Opportunities come and go, so grab it.
My first pay in a foreign land. Good job Michelle.
... Rape & Pillage galore – just plain ugly. Tidbits:
- Quebec City parking meters are great; you can re-feed your meter from any pay machine in town.
- Quebec “national” parks (must be an independence thing) do not allow dogs :(.
... two small children and no one else within ten years of our age! But that doesn't matter beans to us anyway! Emerald is as clean and fresh as the day she was new - no complaints. It's nice to have new dining room menu choices. I had Pad Thai tonight ( it's was ok). The corn and sweet potatoe chowder was great as were the walnut/apple spring rolls for dessert. All for today. Tomorrow is our one and only sea day before we start our marathon of ...