Chateau Repotel Henri IV
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... just 1000 cruisers. Apparently there were just 800 passengers for our cruise and the ship certainly at no time seemed crowded. Made all the better travelling with close friends which meant that for better or for worse (likely the former!) we interacted little or not at all with any of the other passengers. The facilities, food and service are all outstanding and – with the right itinerary – we will certainly be ...
... cemeteries, and talking with national park guides. We were surprised by the wealth of information about not only immigration but also about the battle against infectious diseases. I've been reading a book about "The Birth of the Modern: World Society 1815-1830" by Paul Johnson covering a wide range of factors that Johnson believes made these fifteen years pivotal in the transition to a new ...
... among us buy our effigy, a small plastic Bonhomme Carnaval costing $15, allowing us to access the official Carnaval sites for the entire two-week period. Children under 7, by the way, are free.
Facing the wind is soon made easier thanks to the winter playground that is Le Carnaval de Quebec: ferris wheel, ice sculptures, luge rides, sleigh rides,tubing, ice fishing, and much more. Silly me, I forgot my speedo to enjoy the outdoor hot tub! We are lucky enough to be greeted ...
... the cliff top. It was here a I was asked if I'd like to go for coffee by a random guy who was walking behind me on the path. I poorly declined and went in opposite directions. All up I wandered around the park for over an hour, before getting the bus back. I got off the bus near the government building, from here I walked through Abrahams battlefield into the upper part if old town. I had a look through the Chateau Frontenac and wandered the streets for a bit looking ...
... station and 7-11. They are spotless and as clean as the toilets in ION.
This is one of the thing that impressed me a lot.
Canadians take great care of public properties as if it is their own.
In the asian countries I have been to, it is the exact opposite.
But I know it is near impossible to replicate this in our country and region. It is a habit and a way of thinking that requires years and resources to cultivate. Plus the fact ...