Auberge du Littoral
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... station with his dog Speedy.
For those of you who are interested in sport Simon Gerrans took the hat-trick today and also one the Montreal section of the Grand Prix Cycliste de Quebec, de Montreal. It would have been good to have watched the race but we were still in Quebec when the race was on. The start and finish line were just around the corner from Jacynthe and Gilles home. Simon actually grew up in Jamieson and Gerrans Bridge is named after his family.
... had a trilliogy of tomato based dishes using food chemistry as they call it to create a taste sensation. It was sensational. So many flavours mixed perfectly. Rox also really enjoyed her plate of 3 versions of Wild boar starter. These were done in the form of carpaccio, terrine and also minced with aioli. The presentation had a lot of flair and really added to the taste experience. Between starters and main we were served a sorbet that was delicious and it also had the role ...
... St. Lawrence seaway, the new 'American' part of the city with views to the mountains in the north and the south. All of it changing very slowly as the restaurant rotates through a full circle every 75 minutes. We timed dinner for 6pm so we could start in daytime and watch the sunset to finish off with a view across the city at night time. A great experience, food was pretty good too ...
... so we took refuge in a Starbucks until the bus took us back to the ship just in time to sail.
End of a long day, back in time to join the rest of our group for ‘happy hour’, dinner and bed instead of going to the ‘Show’. Tomorrow is a day of sailing.
... being about 90% fresh water, and it also experiences very high tides of up 7 metres. The cliffs upon which the city citadel sit are known as Cap Diamont, as Champlain, upon first siting them, thought them to be sparkling with diamonds. It turned out to be quartz and pyrites, but the name stuck. The Musee du Civilization was just a little way up the road, and even though it was only about an hour before it closed, I was told that if I bought a ticket in the final hour I'd ...