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... This all coincided pretty seamlessly though with really well rounded breakfasts being served, coffee being constantly topped up and families watching the match pretty calmly together.
Our post match buzz was slightly dampened as we checked out,just an hour and a shower after the match, we realised we had no bed, stonking hangovers and nine hours before our train onwards.. there followed a day of very slowly drank coffees and meandering around Quebec before a very good nights ...
... cold. It would be stunning and particularly in parks like this where there are big trees, forest and large lakes. The walk to the top of the mountain view point was about 2km through thick forest and along dirt roads and tracks. On arrival to the summit there was a huge function centre surrounded by a concrete promenade. In front of this promenade there was a 50m arc viewing platform with simply amazing views of the city. The sight to the east was of the entire ...
... a half. And then I forced myself awake as I could've spent that time again with my head buried in a pillow. Time for some city facts (courtesy of LP): The lanes and squares of the old town have seen the continents 1st parish curch, 1st stone church, 1st museum, 1st Angican cathedral, 1st girls school, 1st business district & 1st French speaking university. As you can imagine it is an old place and unlike any other I've been to in North America. Which is ...
Next morning, we were off on the next leg of our trip, to Quebec City. Sue came over very early to see us off. We were on our own now, with. no one to visit until we reach Calgary in about 10 days. We took Highway 30 to bypass Montreal proper, then Highway 20 the rest of the way - a fairly quick drive of about three and a half hours. Found our hotel right in the centre of old town, two very old houses converted ...
... Rape & Pillage galore – just plain ugly. Tidbits:
- Quebec City parking meters are great; you can re-feed your meter from any pay machine in town.
- Quebec “national” parks (must be an independence thing) do not allow dogs :(.