Chateau Repotel Duplessis
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... a lot of tourists and people enjoying the area. Old Quebec is filled with lots of tourist shops, street performers and restaurants. But what makes the area unique is the very old buildings. Suzanne and I did a lot of walking, enjoyed eating lunch at an outdoor cafe and seeing all the old buildings.
Tomorrow we go and see a waterfall that is over 90 ft taller than Niagara Falls. That should be something!!
... was called that we shared, the pictures don’t help to identify it either but it was a meat, with questionable vegetables and salad, both draped in gravy and fries which weren’t great. It wasn’t cheap it wasn’t good and the atmosphere was well matched to our hangovers. If Wimpy did school dinners then perhaps that’s what Ashtons is like. A word of warning to any planning a trip to Quebec, please stay away – if in doubt look at our pictures of happy diners. ...
... like I wasn't along. In Quebec I got a cab to my hotel, which is a cute little bed and breakfast style place. I checked in and asked the guy at the desk for dinner advice, he pulled out a map, circled things mostly restaurants, and a burger place. I thought hummm being along, going to a restaurant. Not really. So I went to the burger place. Turns out it's a sit down kinda burger place. But I was so hungry I got a table for ...
Another roasting day outside and I wake early to the sound of the street below coming awake outside our hostel. Its early so the other girls are still asleep, I think better of trying to climb off my bunk quietly, bull in a china shop comes to mind.
Once we are all awake I get up, ready and leave the group at the hostel for a rare solitary moment and get breakfast at a small cafe.
Trying my hardest to speak French, the lady ...
... their expensive lunches 'en terrasse' at the restaurant (while we enjoyed our ice creams 'sous la terrasse'). We again resisted the tempation to enjoy a meal of poutine (chips, gravy and curds - ughhh), staying with a simple salmon and salad picnic for dinner.