Chateau Fleur De Lys - L'HOTEL
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... actually called Petit Champlain, but I decided I felt like a Chinese meal for a change and remembered one I found yesterday called Wongs Cantonese Restaurant, which looked pretty reasonable. Turned out to be a good choice, had chicken chow mein and it was great, not too greasy like a lot of other Chinese restaurants and had plenty of vegetables cooked to perfection (ie. not soft and over-cooked). Then walked around a bit during sunset and home ...
... stone wall and cannons on top. It is pretty impressive.
Sat on a bench looking over the River Lawrence as we had our morning tea watching the herd of tour buses coming and going. It is so nice not to be one of them and just sit here watching the world go by and not be in a mad hurry to take photos and videos in the allotted time you are given. Went over to the Pavilion for shade and listened to one of the Tour Guides ...
... your perseverance! Remind me to give you one next time I see you. Please note: gold star may not resemble a gold star, may look more like a pint of beer, soft drink, or other alcoholic beverage. Always check the small print. Terms and conditions may apply! Haha.
So to wrap up we spent our last few days in Quebec City just wandering generally, enjoying the ambience, remembering more of GCSE French from when we were 16 years old! Scarily that was a ...
... Centre to get a proper map.
Lucky to meet a helpful guy, talked to him for about half and hour.
- I should see the light show
- free circus show
- beer festivals (winks*)
- I should eat la poutine (popular quebec fast food- it is fries with LOTS of fresh cheese and sauce)
- I should try the traditional beef pie too
- Go to Sugar shack to enjoy a traditional quebec ...
... as delightful was the dining room, with a huge carved table to seat 8 set with heritage cutlery and crockery, and surrounded by vintage lounge furniture, polished floorboards and a fireplace, to complete the picture. An American family from Rochester in upstate New York soon trooped downstairs, they were staying there with four children, and had been here a number of times, their honeymoon being the first. There are eight rooms altogether at this B&B, so that must ...