Hotel Cap Diamant
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... forests back to British Isles shipyards. Human beings were the ballast on voyages sailing westbound across the Atlantic and conditions inside these lumber ships were not favorable to human health. Overcrowding and appalling hygienic conditions were commonplace.
As a British colony, London dictated that an immigration be established on Grosse Île, an island in the middle of the ...
... Since then, other miracles have been attributed to St. Anne's intercession. The shrine has relics of Saint Anne.
The Montmorency Falls are taller than Niagra Falls (although not as wide!) The frozen water in the winter creates a beautiful 'pain de sucre' (sugarloaf) formation we were able to observe from the suspension bridge.
We were guests at a cabane à sucre on the Île d'Orléans for supper. We ate ...
... watched from below having a cup of coffee till I came back.
Continued round the island letting the cars pass us till we got to Les Fromages de I'isle d'Orleans where Richard got some Camenbert cheese which they make on the premises. Round the island we passed lots of lovely homes and B&B's where you can stay. Apple Orc******** this side of the island and grapevines as well.
Now we are back at ...
Woke up early today because I was too hungry.
Made myself muesli and vanilla yogurt. Yummy
Talked to dear and then did a circuit. Muscle aching all over. Yay
Breakfast: Marta made scrambled egg and gave me a thick slice of cheese... first time I am eating this. Didn't really like eating cheese this way.
Now writing this, I realised so much happened today. And I am starting to mix up yesterday and today.
I remember that "last ...
... a tour that would give us the chance to be prisoners: "we WILL treat you like prisoners". How could we refuse?
We arrived for our tour and were forced to line up outside, in handcuffs, before being led to the 'medical room', where we were examined and given a 'tonic'. We then proceeded to the cells.
After the tour, we thought "when in France..." and ...