Hotel ALT Quebec
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... to be able to manage.
Tomorrow is Canada Day, but in Quebec it's called Moving Day. It's the day that all leases expire, so heaps of people are on the roads moving house. (It dates back to some feudal law) Anyway, apparently the roads are crazy. We've changed our plans and are heading to the hills to a National Park. We'll let you know how it goes.
... not far behind us were the rest of the gang after not getting in as well. Everyone had a sleep in, breaky at the hostel then went for a short walk down the road to see the waterfalls. It was beautiful. It’s fall at the moment so all the leaves are bright yellow, orange and red. The whole city looks awesome. We loaded up in the van next and went across to Mont Morency Falls, just ten minutes on the other side of the city. Another big waterfall, ...
... all day actually makes you feel tired but that's how we felt. We had a dip in the pool and hot tub before having pizza at the restaurant with the slowest service in the world whilst chatting to a nice Aussie lady on our trip. She was so ****** off with the slow service that she went behind the bar and got a glass before going up to her room and filling it with wine she bought at duty free earlier that day and bringing it back to the table. You've got to love old ...
... the old port. There is a lightshow that happens every night on the port to give it a less disgusting look. It is meant to look like the aurora borealis and it is really colourful. The buildings around the port are very old with some dating back 400 years to when Quebec was first settled by the French. Amazing how much history exists here. Go, just go. But make sure you are with someone who speaks French... not much English ...
... a blink of an eye we were herded back upstairs and onto our next stop. Our next foodie stop was outside of the old city walls. Pierre provided some more historical tid bits of knowledge as we passed under the impressive gates such as how the town removed the doors of the gates so that there were no longer issues with curfews which was causing some tension amongst the people, as opposed to knocking the city walls and gates down (which was the first suggestion and resulted in some gates ...