Hotel L'Escogriffe B&B
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... we could wander around the streets and experience some eggcellent music. Our other adventure in Montreal was climbing to the top of Mont Royal to get fantastic panoramic views over the city (pic). I say climb because it was a bit of a trek and we both pick up quite a few blisters as a result. Luckily enough Holly bought some blister plasters specifically for this trip so all would be OK. I opened up the packet and struggled to believe the pack was brand new for our travels ...
... in the world, wfifi hotspot with unlimited data, sat navigation and everything else you get with a samsung phone. The drive was painless, didn't go on the wrong side of the road but Melinda still freaked out being so close to traffic on the wrong side of the road, especially trucks! We arrived at the hotel in Quebec City and got setup before exploring the old walled city - ...
... poutine. Basically, chips, smothered in gravy, then covered in melted cheese. A heart attack on a plate. But one that didn't taste quite as awful as you would expect! Furnaces stoked, we headed into the port. There was a 'food festival' that I got excited about, until I realised that they were closing down and it was all over. Bugger. We found our way into the port, where Mum, Miguel, Deb and the boys got pedaloes. I decided dry land was the ...
... to be the second largest Catholic Church in the world! It is called St James. Our hotel looks out on another cathedral known as Marie Rein and the twelve apostles adorn the roof right outside our room! No doubt keeping an eye on us. This hotel was where John Lennon and Yoko Ono had there peace protest in 1969. You may recall they conducted interviews in bed dressed in white and where the song, "Give peace a chance", was written ...
... food and show off their trophies and awards that they had won for their food!
After another 3 hour drive the next, and last stop of the day was Montreal. We first went to the Olympic Tower which was built for the 1976 Olympics and then went into town for dinner. Time for another short sleep now before our 5am wake up call to head back over the border to the US ...
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