Hotel Cap Diamant
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... maybe directions (I can only assume I couldn't understand) I felt it must look like I knew what I was doing and didn't look like a tourist.
The hostel I stayed at was possibly the cleanest one I have ever had the pleasure of residing in. It was part of the Hostelling International chain and I really hope the rest are of a similar standard as I'm staying in them in Montreal, Vancouver, Ottawa and maybe Toronto.
Here I met Aiden, ...
... rails on the rooftops to stop avalanches when the snow begins to melt in spring. It was really intriguing to see the differences between the buildings and to learn about the historical events or environmental influences which encouraged the development of these new styles and features. We eventually made it to Rue Saint Jean and our second food stop for the tour, Le Delices de I'Erable. This store is all about Maple syrup, one of Quebec's biggest industries. We headed upstairs into ...
... wifi at popular cafe that sells quebec city's best croissant
4. Fine dining at Le Restaurant Aux Ancients Canadiens, a restaurant so iconic that it appears in postcards everywhere.
How can I forget all this? With this I say, C'est assez pour moi.
Alrigthy 10 more minutes to 1pm.
It is amazing how fast time flies.
Normally I will feel a strong sense of regret when my holiday is ending. This time I feel only anticipation and excitement for ...
... arrived it was an easy entry. Here we viewed wonderful ice sculptures, snow tubed and even rode dog sleds pulled by 6 very obedient dogs. They were really cute and well behaved. It was funny to watch them eat the snow when they were thirsty at the end of their run. After spending some time at the Carnival we took a walk to the picturesque Parliament building. Feeling a little peckish we found a really authentic French Quebecian restaurant on nearby rue St Louis. ...
... we would have had a quick look around the following day and then headed back to Montreal. Unfortunately, our hotel booking was a 'non-cancellable' booking (the only one of our entire two month trip) and we couldn't afford to lose over $300. In future, we will think very carefully before making 'non-cancellable' bookings in places that we are unfamiliar with; we only do it when accommodation appears hard to find.