Comfort Inn & Suites Saint-Nicolas
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We all slept much better and tearing down camp was not near as painful as it was in the 90 degrees and scorching sun of Maine. Once we got everything packed up we headed back to Parc des Chutes for a picnic lunch and our longer hike. We ended up spending a lot more time than we had planned, mainly because we stopped a lot along the path. I decided we could never conquer any type of lengthy hike because ...
... and cheese makers got together to recreate the local cheese and we bought some but haven't tried it yet. You cook this cheese in the oven before serving. The island itself has about 6 different small communities each with its own church, industry, and traditions. The tour CD made a big deal about the genealogical aspect of the place as there were a number of founding families whose lineage continues. In fact, two of my ...
... His Canadian accent was very thick and he spoke too rapidly. In the end we used a combination of French and English.
This evening we went to see a beautiful waterfall and had dinner in a converted mill on Ile d’Orleans. Dinner was delicious. For dessert we had a maple sugar pie. Mmmm. Maple syrup. There certainly is a lot of that here in Canada, and it’s the really good stuff! I’m sure to put on a few kilos before I get ...
... safe and uneventful trip. No pictures as I haven't figured that one out yet - tomorrow.
Special love to the McKenzies and MacLeods; we miss you and are hoping you enjoy your holiday Monday.
Tomorrow, we are heading to Kingston to catch up with Liz, Brent and Christopher, and will be in Whitby on Tuesday afternoon.
PS Just heard our first train - we're on the main line between Montreal and Quebec City - should be a nice quiet night!!
... us had really expected what was about to greet us. It's an almost ridiculously beautiful city full of majestic charm and jaw dropping scenery. There's an obvious European feel that extends far beyond it's French speaking inhabitants which is impossible not to fall in love with, even despite the constant rain.
There's no doubt that it's a winer and diner's delight as the streets are peppered with all forms of wine bars, cafés, restaurants and ice creameries, ...