Hotel Ambassadeur Quebec
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... exciting when the bride pulled up in a red MG. She sat in the back for a while and the chief bridesmaid talked with her for a bit. I think I wasn't the only woman on our tour a little disappointed when she stepped out of the little car. One could say she was nearly as big as the car! One does conjure up pictures in ones mind and they should not do so!
After an icecream in a waffle cone with chocolate and nuts, it was back on the bus. ...
... stairs, potholes, kerbs and now footpaths. We were heading for breakfast at a little place over the road where we had originally booked to stay but cancelled as their carpark was half a kilometre away. As it turned out it was a good move because it would have been a nightmare getting the cases out in that snowstorm (did Jean tell you how heavy the snow was) then having to walk back from the carpark. But the reviews on Booking.com often mentioned the ...
... idols, the history of the church in Burkina Faso, a brief history lesson and a taste of Djula, one of the local languages in Burkina. The most challenging days were Thursday and Friday, where Nathan Rieger, a pastor and the planter of Vineyard churches, spoke about the idols of the world and had us identify the idols in our lives. Basically, the past few days have been one big eye opening headache!
On Saturday we finally got to sleep in!! I woke up at 9 and ran ...
... the signature restaurant on board which would rival many of the best we have been to for great food and service. We woke ( the sun is rising about 5am) to the first glimpse of Quebec and we got a few photos as we glided in. As we left this terminal, the skyline is dominated by the Chateau Frontenac - a huge hotel built in the style of a French castle. We wandered around the old city, which is characterised by lovely small ...
... we walked down to the Musee de Naval. The Maritime Museum was free and very small. The St. Lawrence seaway figures heavily into the history of this place, and so it's an important element of the geography to understand. The part I liked best of the museum was the letters from the French government informing families of the loss of their loved ones during the various wars. Very moving. The weather now had turned hot and humid as we ...