Four Points by Sheraton Quebec
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On Monday October 6, we took a train from Quebec City to Montreal for the next couple weeks of our adventure. The train ride was beautiful, all the trees turning colours and we could just sit back and relax! There was only one mild incident of the emergency exit being opened but all the fresh air was a nice surprise. After the train we loaded all our gear into three cars and drove to Camp Penial, a camp about an hour outside of Montreal on it's ...
... Despite speaking absolutely no French herself, Laura (being the good sport that she is) agreed to keep it on the itinerary. We arrived at our first air bnb destination on Thursday June 19th. After our long journey it was nice to find that our home for the next few days was to be an adorable two bedroom apartment decorated with all sort of plants and handmade crafts. Our host, Catherine was a skydiving instructor and left us to our own devices ...
... flew by and at about 4pm we got off the train, grabbed our backpacks and headed into town. The Gare Du Palais rail station in Quebec sits just down from the old town section and is a beautiful building in itself. The building dates back to 1915. From the train station we plodded along with our bags attached about 500m up a steep inclining street towards the old town. Our hostel, the large HI was situated in a prime location in the old town, not too far from two of ...
... br> We went back to the house and started packing everything into the car.
0830: We set off.
I am all squashed up between pots and pans, watermelons and tomatoes.
Soon we reached the wedding place. I am so cold, but the others seems fine in their shirts and shorts.
The kitchen is beautiful, those kind you see on TV... Big ovens and wide shining tables. My first thought is that "This kitchen must be new, it is very well-taken ...
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Levis also needed to be walked ... so we did the town walk, saw the outside / grounds of the Fort (closed 'till Spring!) and found a lovely chocolate shop - so just had to stop at and buy some sweeties.
Personal stuff - have been eating out a lot in the last few stops, so using this one to get back into a sensible eating pattern. Limiting ourself to one meal out in the ...