Hotel & Suites Le Dauphin Quebec
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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Woke, packed the car & had breakfast at the cafe on the corner (2 houses up). They make really good coffee there! We headed out of Montreal along a secondary road to view the suburbs, rather than just getting onto the highway. Along the way we passed the Olympic Village (home of the 1976 Olympics). The roads along there were absolutely woeful & we bounced along until making it out of the city. This route allowed us to continue along highway 138 (North side of ...
Saturday was a free day for us, so a lot of reading got done, several games of basketball were played and many naps were taken. In the evening we played Gorgons together all over the camp and it is a miracle no one had a heart attack from all the suspense!
Sunday morning we packed up and said goodbye to the camp and the staff and loaded up the cars and drove to Montreal for our next series of adventures!
Thank you Camp Penial! Site 3 loved you!
We made the drive from Montreal to Quebec City on Wednesday. It was a nice drive and our campground is a KOA, a little on the expensive side but close to the major sites.
Our first thing to do was visit Old Quebec. We decided to leave the driving to someone else so we took a shuttle from the campground. I am glad we did as a lot of the roads were closed because a music festival is going on. Old Quebec was ...
We loved Quebec. Toronto is a great cosmopolitan city, Montreal is tres cool but Quebec felt like a really good fit to us. The only walled city in North America Quebec is small enough to get around on foot. It's also old – genuinely old some things were probably a good 150-200 years old.
The French here was much clearer, or perhaps the people we spoke to were a bit more patient, we found the place friendly and warm in everything except the weather.
... and took a nap! Made dinner at the same time as Claire and Marie, then made my way into the old town as there were things going on for the fête de Québec. Lots of streer performers, and also this strange theatre type thing where there were actors sitting in a park with lit up balloons and people went pver in groups whilst the actor told a 'secret'. Never seen anything like it, was very interesting. Not sure I got all of the ...