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... there is nothing here apart from a few motels and houses and we need to start making our way back to Toronto. Seems a little sad making our way back as its the first sign that the holiday will end soon but we have well over another week to see yet more stuff. No moose sightings today unless moose stand on their hind legs and point straight up, cover themselves in leaves and look like stiff weeds. In that case I've seen ...
... greens, wasn't sure if I'd like it as it resembled raw meat, but of course wasn't. It was delicious! Next was creamed corn soup, then (and I was already beginning to feel full!) a huge braised steak and mushroom pie on flaky pastry, with steamed vegetables. After a while to recover from all this, they served me a dessert that has to be seen...so look at the photo, and if it doesn't make your mouth water then obviously you don't have a sweet tooth. Tasted every bit as good as it looks! ...
... wait couple of more days to see if there would be something new.
Aug 29, 2013 - All train arrangements have been made for Quebec City - Vancouver passage by train. Quebec City to Toronto via Montreal in economy seats, Toronto - Vancouver - Cabin for one plus a lower berth, meals included. Departure date is Sep 19, 2013!
Sep 02, 2013 - We are registered on www.travel.gc.ca/register
... to wait for Patrick's suitcase as Customs had to deal with processing over 300 people who just flew in! Imagine our frustration... Two hours later we are finally in a taxi to the French Quarter of Quebec, desperately needing a couple of stiff whiskeys each! We were supposed to have got in at 1 pm not 5 pm!!!
But the good Lord looked down and shined upon us by giving us a beautiful, warm, cosy, restaurant to sit in to have our much needed ...
... saw the Parliament Building and fountain and headed to the quaint little shopping streets which had cobbled roads and shuttered houses, this was where was saw the narrowest house in Canada which is in a street called Donnaconne. It's only 12ft (3.7meters) wide. It really doesn't feel like we're in Canada yet, Quebec is very small and we had walked the majority of it by lunchtime so found a nice little spot to eat our packed lunch. We set ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility