Auberge du Quartier
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... And then it's off again.
Further along the water, we come upon the quais of the Old Port of Quebec, where we catch some sort of ceremony involving navy cadets, and a sailing ship, and a band, but we continue on. We pass by the closed-up structures of a festival which looks like it finished yesterday, but we missed it, so we continue on. We walk through the tents and stall of an artisans' festival, where we could buy a wealth ...
... of the room is getting a bit whiffy with the mountain of clothes there. Relaxing night were we'll need to discuss plans for Thu (New Years day) and Friday as we only paid for 3 days skiing initially and we'd also like to do ice skating in the forest on the 3km track, dog sledding, snow shoeing, snow slides, tobogganing and all the other great winter activities they have here - at the moment, all the boys want to do is ski ...
... which turned out to be right in the middle if the race. Jacynthe managed to convince the hotel to give us an upgrade because we were from Australia at no extra charge. We paid $195 Canadian for our room but the upgraded room was worth $295 Canadian. We were moved to the 24th floor and had a fantastic view over old Quebec, the Battlefields and half of the bike race circuit.
After settling into our rooms we headed out to watch the race. The street of ...
... in our room, blogging and watching movies. By 4.30pm we were up and showering and making ourselves look respectable as we were off to partake in a meal at Quebec's finest restaurant La Patriarche. As we told you in an earlier blog this restaurant was visited on our Quebec food tour and had tantalised us enough to make us want to save our pennies and cook hostel dinners just so we could come try their gatronomical delights. At 4.30pm we headed into the city in the car which we ...
... to the Upper Town. As the painkillers kicked in, and over the next day, I gradually began to feel better, and just rested when I felt tired and drank lots of water. By now it was just after 11:30, so I went straight down rue St Louis to the Musee du Fort and saw the excellent diorama display, then had lunch at the cafe next to it. After that it was walking down to the Musee Du Civilization once again, exploring Place Royale again on the way (when you see the photos im sure ...