Auberge (Motel) Le Pigeonnier
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Today started with everyone having a lie in as we had a free day to ourselves in Montreal. We were all so happy about that! At around 11 a group of us headed into the centre of town to have brunch and after we had eaten we walked around to see some of the sights. We found ourselves at Notre Dame cathedral which was a perfect opportunity for photos. We then walked to find Rue Saint-Catherine which was ...
After a light breakfast we headed out to explore and find Notre Dame. We headed into the basilica just as a tour was beginning. We heard about the designers of this Gothic replica and it's history throughout the years. We explored the Old City area of Montreal. Musicians entertained us in Dixie Style. Smoothies were a refreshing treat. Hamburgers-which were ...
As we were late getting away from Quebec to Montreal we decided to take the most direct route (rowt) that Rosie could find. It's only about 270kms or a 3 hour drive depending if we get lost or not. We stopped for petrol, not that we needed petrol but a restroom stop. The pumps are self serve and in French. I managed to negotiate my way through the prompts, fill up and go into the station to get some nibblies. Sioux in the meantime went looking for the restrooms. I said ...
... last games of handball before checkout and heading out to the airport. We ate a light supper at a little restaurant in the airport and picked up a couple drinks to go and walked to our gate. After a few delays we finally got off the ground and headed for Ottawa. Running to our connection we arrive at the next gate only to find out the plane hadn't yet arrived. We managed to make it home sans 1 piece of luggage which made it to Toronto. The Powers showed up ...
We began the day at 9 AM and 62 degrees, we left Levis and took the short drive to Quebec. With the help of the GPS we had little difficulty finding the old city, and what a marvelous city it is. I am going to struggle to try and describe it, but this will be a challenge.
Old Quebec is located on the banks of the St. Laurence River. And it is hillier than I remember San Francisco to be. The elevation changes from one block to another are enormous. The ...