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Travel Blogs from Quebec City
... Carnaval himself as soon as we walk in.
Hours passed quickly, with the occasional escape into a tent to warm the bones with hot chocolate or a "Queue d'castor", a soft,warm flat donut shaped like a beaver's tail that is topped gooey yumminess such as maple icing (of course!) or an assortment of chocolatey options.
The Carnaval wouldn't be as fun and fantastic as it is without the dozens of volunteers on hand to man the rides, give you a push on your tube or ...
... watched from below having a cup of coffee till I came back.
Continued round the island letting the cars pass us till we got to Les Fromages de I'isle d'Orleans where Richard got some Camenbert cheese which they make on the premises. Round the island we passed lots of lovely homes and B&B's where you can stay. Apple Orc******** this side of the island and grapevines as well.
Now we are back at ...
... along with a gas station.
We ate Salt and Vinegar chips - Kettle brand which is hugely popular and everywhere here. We tried to manage transactions in French but after bonjour we couldn't understand - "is that everything?" Then it would be "do you want a sack?"
We listened to the comedy station to keep us entertained. Nick still got tired. But we made it!
Our airbnb host would be absent so we followed ...
... to see what menu you have picked and use your chosen language. However Andrew managed to complete a few transactions in French which he is very proud of!
Turns out our speeding, non-seatbelt wearing, French-Canadian-Bosnian taxi driver didn’t quite know where our hotel was but it was a flat rate so the non-direct route simply meant we got a welcoming scenic tour of the city. Certainly we didn’t know a Prius could reach 125km/h. Finally arriving at ...
... no spring chickens themselves, but they were pretty plucky oldies who
loved to have a laugh.
Had to get ourselves organised
this avo; packing, surveys, custom forms etc… Want to get it all done so we can
relax on our last night. One week has gone quickly and we feel as though we
have just got a handle on this cruising business. Never mind, salle forth!