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... to Yellowstone National Park. We have another 2 border crosses ahead of us, so hopefully they go smoothly. No troubles yet for our last 2. Slow start for everyone after going to bed late. That afternoon we packed Slater (Mattys Van) and went into town. We had a look up at the observatory and learnt a bit of info which was good. When Quebec City was settled, there was a big fur trade industry and a lot of complications with the Native Indians who were forced ...
... all day actually makes you feel tired but that's how we felt. We had a dip in the pool and hot tub before having pizza at the restaurant with the slowest service in the world whilst chatting to a nice Aussie lady on our trip. She was so ****** off with the slow service that she went behind the bar and got a glass before going up to her room and filling it with wine she bought at duty free earlier that day and bringing it back to the table. You've got to love old ...
... 1676 is now the restaurant Anciens Canadiens. On the first night David ate the wild meat pie there made up of stag, bison, wapiti(elk), pork and potato and tonight the rabbit pie (at a different restaurant). Talking about rabbit, the furs here are amazing and the coats and winter hats and berets. Could not resist the shops. I could almost(????) live here for the fashion. Unfortunately you have to like living in the very cold( up to minus 30). Today we did ...
... the following places:
Casse Crêpe Breton,1136 Rue St.John for delicious savoury and sweet crepes, and our personal favourite, a Café Maison, which is a generous bowl of coffee, hot chocolate and ice-cream all blended into one...perfect for those cold snowy days.
Bistro l'Accent, 810 avenue Honoré-Mercier for a hearty Baltic Rosti or a Cowboy Brunch.
Or finally L'Oncle Antoine, 29 Rue Saint Pierre for body warming hot wine in an ...
... to L'Observatoire de la Capitalle, a large observation deck at the top of a business building. Strangely enough I think I preferred it to the CN tower. For a start it was much cheaper, and it gave much more information regarding the sights. It was also a lot quieter but I suppose that goes without saying. After the tower I made my way to Rue St-Jean and the Choco-Musee. After buying a chunk of excess dark chocolate I headed back into Old Quebec and ate lunch. After visiting the ...