Holiday Inn Express Quebec City (Sainte-Foy)
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to walk the steps. This area has been restored nicely and is now a very beautiful area but in the early 1900's this place was the slum of the city. Now it is an upscale area of beautiful art galleries, fur shops, designer clothing and souvenir shops. As the rain picked up we were heading to the Place du Marche du Viex Port, or farmers market, so we picked up the pace. The market was a filled with lots of fresh ...
... in now. Let them know what we are up to and where we are heading.
Richard is stirring now so I put the jug on and we had coffee in bed (it is our ritual in the morning).
Today we move upstairs for one night so I showered first and while Richard had a showered I packed up and took everything up except the esky, which Ric***********ce I emptied the fridge. The stairs are a bit steep for me plus the esky is a little heavy.
... small notebook with London on the cover and the Houses of Parliament and a Route-master bus. We wrote a short message inside thanking her. I think she was very touched and really appreciated the gesture. We thought it a good idea as we were her first English guests! Got to make us Brits look good! Well until Jenny and I get steaming drunk and pick fights with the locals! Haha!
The HI Hostel is in a good location, it is modern and HUGE! It is more like ...
... where I can buy my weekly bus pass. This is epic.. : Où... je puis acheter le carte de bus pour un semaine? (where can I buy the bus card for a week?)
"Huh je ne comprends pas."
Me desperately pointing 7 fingers, : Le carte pour bus pour sept jours!
"ahh... tu peux acheter à la pharmacie!"
: D'accord! Merci beaucoup.
... one of my longest french conversation...
But Im glad I did it, that's my whole ...
... to Newark International in New Jersey as soon as I could, as I know you're meant to check in two hours early for international flights. So in the space of 16 hours, I went from Canada across a state of the US by rail, and then flew back to Canada again, I guess I am a bit crazy after all! Once arriving in New Jersey, which took about 30 minutes, I transferred to the connecting sky train, which stops at three different terminals. I was flying United Airlines, and once I'd ...