Auberge du Littoral
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... very narrow streets including one lane way which was only one car wide, was curved and had high stone walls. That section was controlled by a traffic light. Not sure what we were to see there.
Down in the old town below the cliffs the narrow roads are quite attractive. Lots of people out and about, some tourists walking around but many locals out walking their dogs or putting out their rubbish. We parked the car and walked down the many steps to the ...
... the old port. There is a lightshow that happens every night on the port to give it a less disgusting look. It is meant to look like the aurora borealis and it is really colourful. The buildings around the port are very old with some dating back 400 years to when Quebec was first settled by the French. Amazing how much history exists here. Go, just go. But make sure you are with someone who speaks French... not much English ...
... treat and let us get a good solid 10 hour sleep. Turned out we really needed that sleep as today was to be packed full of walking, photos, loads of history and in true RoRox style plenty of local cuisine and beverages. We chose to start with a visit to the Quebec Citadel. The walk here was picturesue as we headed up hill from our hostel past more city wall gates, historical churches and many classical buildings. It turned out the walk we took was the long way but it let us get ...
... trying to defame the cafe, Pilliard sells the best croissant in Quebec city, all the bread and cakes look awesome too, but that almond thing is an anomaly. I felt so bad after eating that I went to the toilet trying to vomit it out so I can go buy something better. Horrible experience, I felt so sick and couldn't do it at all. So feeling miserable, I left the restaurant to the Information centre. My mood improved after having a ...
... suite' with an upstairs loft with daybed and balcony with hot tub spa and beautiful view over old Quebec. Had a quick walk around the block. It was like being in a fairytale with narrow cobblestone streets, ice sculptures outside shops, fairy lights on fur trees and of course lots of snow. Had dinner at 'Toast' which was delicious French Quebecian food. Terry still getting over jet ...