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Our first cold day today. Had a little light rain yesterday evening and overnight. Rained on the way to the park but managed to stop whilst we were on the park bus. Park omega Montreal for lunch. Smoked salmon & cream cheese bagel. French speaking in Quebec. Long bus ride to our hotel resort. Drizzle all the way. Did some lumberjack activities …
... finished gym and rushed home to fix the video camera. But at the same time I remember that "this morning" I cycled to the super market to buy fresh food. This is so confusing it feels like 2 days in one. Do you have that too?
The morning cycle was awesome. I shall do it again tomorrow, and everyday.
We talked whole morning/ night too. Discussed about our december trip. I really really cannot wait for that day to come.
1330 I started to ...
... then have a mattress on top. Mattresses are covered with blankets and those who stay at the hotel are given arctic sleeping bags to sleep in. The whole hotel is like a work of art. Every wall, room, suite, bar area has intricate details carved into the walls and ceiling. Each year there is a different theme for the design of the hotel and the art work throughout. This year it was "A Journey to the Centre of Winter."
There is a Chapel where people ...
... on the way home and we relaxed for a few hours before an early dinner at one of the oldest houses in the city, l’Ancienne Canadienne. The house, Maison Jaquet was built in 1676 and it’s been a restaurant since 1966. It’s in the heart of the old town, just around the corner from where we are staying. While it’s expensive, they have a specials menu which is very reasonable and includes a starter of soup, a dessert, a main course ...
29th Aug cont.
Around midday, we headed off on a scenic drive around the french countryside (oops Canadian) taking in lovely little villages like Saint Raymond, Saint Catherine de la Jacque Cartier and around Lac Sept-Iles and Lac Beauport. We stopped for lunch a the viewpoint, Mont Laura, where we also had a little snooze to. We were going to stay the night at Walmart on the outskirts of Quebec city, but on arrival ...