Chateau Royal Hotel Suites
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... Have the chocolate-pear one fresh out of the oven with a latte or the almond or the plain. All yummy! Or feast your eyes on all the patisseries or hand-made chocolates. Heaven.
Of course, we have also found some nice restaurants since we last wrote and the stand-out one is, again, only a short walk away, called le Quartier General ...
... treats came to the New World from the Swiss and French immigrants in modern-day French Canada. The sugar shack in the square was set up with a wooden roof and a trough of packed snow across the front. We watched as one of the employees (who were all dressed in red plaid flannels) stirred a vat of maple syrup, then ladeled it across the packed snow. A kid had a small flat stick, similar to a thinner popsicle stick, and rolled the stick around ...
... followed Noel to the Thrifty Hire Car to return the car. It was really lovely to see Jacynthe and Gilles again. We haven't seen them since 2007 although we stay in touch by mail and email.
Jacynthe prepared a beautiful lunch of slow cooked pork ribs, vegetables and salad. She also cooked a lovely peach tartin. David even had seconds of the pork and and asked Jacynthe how she ...
... the free shuttle pulled up and out poured dozens of people to line up before us. Great, we were tired and grumpy and now we had to live up when moments earlier there was no line! I wasn't really sure what we were lining up for!! Then I saw the admission price. I couldn't believe they were charging us to sit around a lame lake. But we were here, and I had talked it up the whole walk, I couldn't really back down now...even though it was going ...
... And later when my thighs got too cold I went into souvenir shops to "look around" as my body defrosted. Note to self: yes the house is warm but you still need your thermal pants! The next day I went to their science museum. Pretty interesting. Check out the pic of me on the unicycle :) It's a "few" meters above the ground and you ride on the tight rope. But it's pretty safe. Something to do with physics and the 200 kg weight counter-balancing you. Another cool one was ...
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