Auberge du Littoral
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... gave me another half glass of wine. "It was a big onion" I said but his smile said that's all you're getting. After we'd finished a superb meal another waiter came and asked how our meals were and of course I told him about the onion and thought I might get the other half glass of wine. By now we're both pretty full and still have dessert to come that we'd ordered. Then the second waiter comes back with a plate of deep fried cheese and sorbet and said it's a gift from ...
On this flight we are all sitting together at the back of the plane and it is really fun! In a couple hours we will be meeting our host families! I am really excited, apparently I am with a cute old couple!
Alright, I am getting a headache from writing on the plane! Everything is great, the cold that has been circling around our group is almost gone so soon my cold should go away!
Off for more adventures, until later mes amis,
... maple syrup and fruit at Casse-CrÍpe Breton when I realised I had not captured the beauty of the plate when it arrived. I got my camera out all ready to take a photo of a plate of food with a suspicious gap in it when it occurred to me that I could just come back today and have the same thing. What a hardship.
Despite being in French Canada I haven't actually had much in the way of French food, poutine being the exception, and ...
... br> If you are driving out of town, you are exempt once you leave Yellowknife city limits (for the purposes of this competition, town limits shall refer to past the airport)
The start of Tag coincided with a surprise birthday party for Geoff, the NWTRPA's Executive Director. I sent a text to Rose, one of my colleagues, and asked her to come outside to help me with all of the stuff I had - I didn't want to drop the cupcakes. Silly ...
... 20 minutes and saw about 4 people! The town was very quiet as it was a Saturday morning and the first impression was not great as the town felt very dead, but we knew this would change as the town woke up.
We found our apartment, met the very nice girl who lives there called Magalie. She is from Lyon, France, and has been in Quebec City for five years. We left our bags then went to a restaurant for breakfast that was recommended by Magalie. We both ...