Travel Blogs from Lac-Simon
This morning we were back on the bus headed to Mont Tremblant via Montreal.
It was about 3 hours to Montreal and another hour to The Sugar Shack - our lunch pit stop. The Sugar Shack is a Maple Farm. So ofcourse our meal today was very traditional and included a lot of maple syrup. There were 2 big bottles of pure maple syrup on our table. I was in heaven. Kat from Glasgow tried maple syrup for the first time in her life. She has been missing out!
... 3000 feet would be, depending on how much more we climbed, to a BC girl who has seen the Rockies and more. The route through the part of the Laurentians that we took today was quite beautiful and the deciduous trees were such a lovely fresh green. We pondered how beautiful this drive would be in the fall. Past small villages and many lakes and ski hills the autoroute continued. We stopped in the City of ...
... as usual very french and really yummy and it me with rum in a glass with sugar round it, who could ask for more.
Before which we had cocktails in the foyer, it has a six sided fire place that goes all through the centre of the building, very impressive.
Today we head to Quebec for a 2 night stay, so if my credit card can stand it I will do some shopping and explore Old Quebec City on a horse drawn ...
... if not more! It was built in 1930s and it had so much history. It was the perfect place to stay if you wanted to be isolated from the world, as there is no neighbour in sight and the town was a 40 minutes walk down the mountain. To make are stay even better for the first week we had minimal jobs to do. We woke up at 9 and we would work for an hour or two doing general maintenance work and in our free time play pool all day....oh yea they have an American pool ...
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How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility