Auberge Maison Roy
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... br> - Number plates only go on the back of cars, so it looks like everyone is driving around in a stolen car.
- The alcohol content in their beers is generally about 8 or 9 %.
- Canadians like tea, you can buy tea, there are tea shops. I'm so happy about this as I cannot stand coffee and that is all the people in the United States drink
- Signs only have French on them, no English.
- Everyone is polite, friendly and helpful.
... socks but now house coffee, teas and spices.This family owned and run store claimed to provide the city of Quebec with equisite food from all around the world including salamis, cheeses and non perishable goods. We were treated to a sampling of non alcoholic French wine (grape juice) and an antipasto which consisted of a piece of beef carpaccio with olive oil on crusty italian bread. After consuming our delicious taster I went on a mission to see if this international grocer really ...
... phase to come- School. And the holiday with dear and finally a lifelong journey of happiness with him.
This is the list of objectives I have for this journey:
1. Speeding up my maturity growth
2. Using and Speaking French
3. Living the local lifestyle
4. Dealing with Solitude (aced if with my 30 min to talking to self non stop while waiting)
5. Talking to locals and ordering in french
I can say I am quite proud of myself now. Keep it up.
... we took wasn't any better. It was jammed up with traffic again. I was getting seriously ****** off by now so I started to filter. Some guy in a truck started to shout at me in French. We're in Canada, speak ******* English! I didn't have the patience to care what he was on about so carried on.
It took an age to get through all the traffic and get to the hotel. I am done with this place. I can't believe how busy it is. ...
... t feel like we were in Canada yet, as the overall feel is more French than France itself! The city is very small and we'd walked the majority of it by lunchtime, so we sat in a little square and ate our sandwiches whilst we watched street performers. As we set off walking again to find a pub for a beer, we saw a ninja squirrel (squirl in American)... they're the jet black ones which are driving out the grey squirrels the way they drove out the red ones. It ...