Hotel & Suites Le Dauphin Quebec
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... away to get some much needed sustenance. We wander down the cobble stone streets (still sneaking in the odd shot or 5) and end up at Café du Paris. We spot a pretty good lunch deal - $20 for a soup du jour and a main meal. We are seated and our choices are taken and we chit chat about how beautiful the city is and how we are glad that we came here. The soup was cream of asparagus and was delish. Then came the mains – I had the chicken and mushroom and Hinesh ...
... in the province of Quebec my french had significantly improved and that all my small attempts to speak were paying off. I politely ordered our ferry tickets in my rehersed french which surprisingly received a french reply. Obviously this is where my french stopped and my polite smile was replaced by a look of considerable confusion and possibly mild panic but what it did mean was that for once someone actually thought my french was good enough to not require changing the ...
... explore and see. I had experienced the best that the Old Upper Town, and some of what the Lower Old Town, had to offer, food, historic sites, harbour views, music, buskers, artists, galleries, cafes, museums and markets. I would be very sorry to leave it behind, but was so glad I'd made the decision months ago that Quebec City was the perfect place to end my month long travel Oddessy. Balti and her husband Amil, who just handily happens to be a taxi driver, looked after me like ...
... I had with me exept for what I had on!) to take some pictures of the town at night and to ride the Funiculare, the trolley car that takes you down to the lower town on a 45 degree angle. One last dinner in the villiage and it was time to head home for my final night in Quebec, I'm on the train now back to Toronto and tonight I get onto the Canadian train which will deposit me in Jasper on Sunday afternoon - quite the adventure!
Although I probably could have ...
... it looked pretty quiet inside, but it was too late to turn back now. I actually had a very nice meal, chicken parmigana with chips and veges and a heated chocolate cake for dessert.
It was funny trying to order my drink choice. I wanted a Canadian Club with lemonade, however ended up with actual lemonade (not from real lemons though) although I probably could have had this if I wanted!! Note to self to order Canadian Club ...