Quality Suites Mont Sainte Anne
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... here after a sleep in tomorrow before driving back to Montreal. Another Great day but a bit sad, although VERY cold, we've done and seen some amazing things in Quebec - skiing, snow boarding, tobogganing, snow mobiling, dog sledding, ice fishing, driving in snow, snow fights and a massive frozen waterfall. Tomorrow is packing and driving back to Montreal for the flight back to NYC for our final 4 days there before The next adventure in Washington ...
... back, as I was all too aware that I needed to get home via that bridge later. We followed the path through a beautiful park that had a very familiar feel. I realised a little later that I felt like I was in an Anne of Green Gables movie. I was after all pretty close geographically to Prince Edward Island. We chose a beautiful spot near some play equipment to have morning tea; a giant triple choc chip cookie and a banana and choc chip muffin. After a long play at the park we ...
... night, a projector show of old cartoons from the 1940's onward by Quebec artist Norman Maclaren is shown on the side of the building. It is truly an incredible scale, and the pictures unfortunately do not do the show justice. This is what functioning tourism looks like. The simple word of mouth about fun, free nightly activities gives the city a unique allure and embodies a sense of culture that will jump down your throat. ...
I wake up to a worried message from a friend in Scotland. Overnight there has been a train accident in Quebec that has resulted in an oil transporter exploding and destroying the vast portion of the small town of Lac Megantic 200 km from Montreal. In coming days it would be discovered that 13 died. The Montreal Planetarium ...
... only want to speak in French. Certainly when we told people in Vancouver we were going to Quebec and Montreal, they would ask “do you speak French?” “No” we replied. “Good Luck then!” was the usual answer.
Well we have found the French Canadians to be not snobby at all. Many open with “Bonjour, Hello!” and let you pick the language you want. Many restaurants have 2 piles of menus, an English menu and a French menu, allowing ...