Hotel Cap Diamant
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... We’re just here for the night before changing places with the Crystal Serenity cruisers just finishing their tour. On Monday morning, the lobby of our hotel, a beautifully restored 250-year old building is chaotic as last week’s cruisers are checking in as this week’s cruisers are checking out. The weather has changed dramatically and there’s a howling gale blowing outside which just adds to the chaos and confusion ...
After a decent night sleep and a good breakfast, the day started smoothly. Legs felt good and weather was nice. About an hour and a bit on the way my rear tire got flat..... stop under a tree resulted in mosquitoes attack. Gravel parking space seemed the best place to replace my tire. Luckily the rest of the day went smoothly. Stopped for lunch in Portneuf, nice terras but no water front, ...
... the cliff top. It was here a I was asked if I'd like to go for coffee by a random guy who was walking behind me on the path. I poorly declined and went in opposite directions. All up I wandered around the park for over an hour, before getting the bus back. I got off the bus near the government building, from here I walked through Abrahams battlefield into the upper part if old town. I had a look through the Chateau Frontenac and wandered the streets for a bit looking ...
... a giant pot to cook all the rice, so at the side of the pot, those burnt and crispy ones had to be thrown away. So we ate some. It is like claypot rice chao da part, but with herbs and is yellow. Ahh.. I miss claypot rice.
Dear I shall come up with a list of food we will go hunt down when we come back.
Finally Dinner Time, I was starving! I feel so damn well-fed and blessed today. I haven't had this warm feeling in my tummy for so many days. ...
... scenery around it, there are more hills.
Try to get to Eriko's chocolate museum and shop on Saint Jean, it is small but very nice with a chocolate dress and chocolate clock working with cacao butter. The hot chocolate was also worth the price and made me smile with every sip.
On a grey day the Museum ...