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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... pleasure (and I use this term very loosely) of being blown away by the coldest wind we've ever felt and were grateful when the guide took us into a building where the temperature was one degree, to warm up. Jean again. Having finished the tour of the 'it's not a church but a fort' we ventured back into the old town for a bit more of a look. The weather is much more comfortable and the temperature is probably up to -10c. At least it's not snowing and is quite sunny. ...
... and the feel of the place.
I looked at the map and it said the apartment was a mile from the train station, so off I set. It took me a bit to get the feel of the land - and find the street signs! Map was a bit misleading too. So after a couple, maybe three, false starts I was on my way. The false starts were on flat land, the actual route was anything but! This mature individual is very out of shape!!! I took at lease two rest breaks to get my breath back. Think I will take ...
... it flattened out a bit and I thought I had made it, or possibly that I was about to die, I came to the street the hostel is on. "Street" in this case should be read as "hill". Even now that I've made it to the hostel and I can walk around without my suitcase my legs still protest. I wouldn't mind but it's a recurring theme in this city. It's made me realise that I've barely encountered a hill since I got to Canada. Well except for Mont ...
... it was proposed to me to have the Turndown Service I was not too sure exactly what they had to offer me.
The sad results, I'd like to know what you think of the service good night (turndown service), you also have ideas or experiences to make services is more pleasant and current. These people need to know what we want to make our stay unforgettable.
David ! : ) ...
... impressed when I looked through the photos later to find she had been taking pictures of me whilst I was fast asleep!!
After close to an hour asleep on a bench (oops!) we went off to explore more of the town, visiting the Chateau Frontenac – a very posh hotel which features in a lot of brochures advertising Canada to tourists. We had a walk around inside and it is very smart but a little too expensive for our tastes! At least $350 a night!