Quality Suites Mont Sainte Anne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to see him again and he was a wonderful host who wouldn’t let us spend a cent the whole day and just kept saying how happy and excited he was that I’d contacted him.
Back on the ship we headed down to happy hour for one last time and caught up with Wally and Maureen and then Irene and Dave – who had now recovered. We got tidied up and went for a final dinner. We shared the table with a couple from England and a woman from Montreal. Oh dear was ...
... on the top deck for the view and froze to death. Quebec City is beautiful, full of rustic heritage buildings, lots of Champlain, Cartier, Maisonneuve statues, plaques and museums. We saw Chateau Frontenac, Plains of Abraham, the Citadel, Parliament buildings and we ended at the Farmers Market where we bought some lovely local strawberries, plums, goat cheese and a bottle of Maple Brandy. Expenses: Campsite 2 nights $$50.00 Gas: ...
Getting our feet wet - literally..the fun began at 5:45 AM and continued all day. We arrived in Quebec City to wet and chilly weather at 3:45P. Our guide for the next four days, Helene, joined us and introduced us to our city tour guides. We spent the next nearly two hours walking around the old city learning the history of the French and British colonization of New France. The pictures are some of the sites we learned about. ...
I believed I made the taxi driver's day.
He couldn't stop laughing.
Coming out of the airport, I flagged down a taxi. Tried asking how much it would cost in french.
Epic fail so I just used english.
Put down my bags in the boot, I board the car.
Naturally/ Instinctively/ Unconsciously, I went to the left side and open the door.
Suddenly the driver burst out laughing, for a few seconds ...
... but not quite as large overall. We walked up about 500 steps (no joke) to get to the top. At the top you find a cool suspension bridge across the top of the falls. After that, the kids had an ice cream treat and we headed back down. Exhausted, we returned to the city and rested before heading out for some dinner. The dinner, inexpensive but not particularly good, too all of 15 minutes, and we walked down part of St. Jean that we hadn't yet seen. We ended up at the ...