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On the train about to set off to Québec city! Got a single seat by the window, checked my back-pack in and am connected to wifi, impressive system so far! Woke at 9 this morning, had a shower and finished packing with Mel before we went downstairs to eat our final pancakes together. Feel like I've got the hang of it now! The German woman who I shared my pasta with had left me a fruit salad with mango and some exotic fruits which was amaIng ...
First off, ce blog sera en franglais. Je ferai mon possible pour écrire dans les 2 langues pour que tout le monde comprenne, but I honestly rather write in english, so..... I'm sure everyone can find a translator, in any case!! :)
So, this will be my first ''backpacking'' trip, and I'm very nervous/excited! Je rêve de visiter la terre de mes ancêtres paternel depuis tellement longtemps, et je me décide enfin de le faire!
So far, the plan is this: -May 1st-I'll ...
Friday 5th April we drove from Quebec City to Montreal which took about 3hrs. When we arrived we checked in to our hotel and walked down to a large shopping centre to have lunch. We then when on the hunt for a present for Katie's 9th birthday the next day. Unfortunately we didn't really find much and she decided she would like a watch plus we gave her some money. As we had a full kitchen in the apartment we cooked a stir ...
... in the bus station, but I realised the trouble after I reached Boston.
Somehow, it is always exciting to cross an international border on land. I was waken up by the bus anouncement, but still I was excited. Because I am neiter American nor Canadian, it took a longer time than the other passengers to pass the security check and somehow I had to pay US$6. I had paid $14 for ESTA and another $6 at the border. Incidentally, the security check was much severer than that ...
... west of Quebec. The Holland America ship we were on was one of the smaller ships with over 1200 passengers.
Back to the last dinner, the food was exceptional and the staff had a little show of parading multiple Alaska Baked Mouse desserts to temp us one last time to indulge in a variety of sweets. Oh what a waste to not experience the great food aboard a cruise ship. We made our way to the showroom and saw combo show of Livewire & the comedy ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed