Auberge du Quartier
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
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... for the onion. The last thing we needed was another course of food but I think I've backed myself into a corner and have to eat it. Sioux is not too happy either because she got a serve as well. Quebec The Day After "The Onion" We made our way carefully over the road, due to all the snow and ice on the paths, with Jean holding my arm tightly. Since my little tumble up the stairs at Arlington Cemetery (yes I have recovered now, not that anyone asked) he doesn't trust ...
Yes it was one of those days!
i left my new pad 8:30ish, I think it was. Blustery winds, lots of blustery winds. Got to thinking I should have kept that plastic poncho I was given at Niagara Falls. Forward thinking is not my strong suit. Sharon, my hostess, let me borrow an umbrella, thank goodness. It only blew inside out a few times.
I found St. Patrick's Cemetery and woke up the caretaker. The sign said 8 - 5. He was really nice about it and told me that the ...
... Canadian anyway. More than anything I've had Italian food. Two nights in a row I had pizza, at two different restaurants across the road from one another. A compare and contrast exercise if you will. I'm afraid the first one was gone before I even remembered I owned a camera, but I got the second one, even if there is a piece missing. Likewise there was no hope of committing the burger I had on my first night to whatever it is you commit ...
... believed that I needed help and as soon as she stepped foot outside of the building, I tagged her! She responded with a string of expletives that was really rather impressive. When I walk to work, I've become super paranoid and find myself turning corners with great trepidation. I need to watch my back!
Sarah and I finished up some more quilts. I won't show them all up here, as some people haven't yet received their quilts, but here's some of ...
... as we are now in French Canada! The crepes here are excellent, thin and just like the ones we have in England. I’m not a big fan of the American style thick pancakes.
We wandered around and explored Quebec, as our bed was not ready yet, and really enjoyed the city as it gradually woke up! Jenny and I had a little rest on a park bench where due to my poor night of sleep on the train, I fell asleep! Jenny was a very good cushion although I ...