Hotel Le Bonne Entente
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
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We took things slow on our last day in Quebec City. After another morning on the balcony we walked to the Chateau Frontenac for brunch, as we had read that the brunch buffet was a more affordable way to dine there. Turns out brunch is only on Sundays. Don't know how both the guide book and the website neglected to mention that. But we had come to dine at the Chateau, and so we did, in a private booth on the indoor terrace which overlooked the river and ...
... it to the Citadel to watch the changing of the guards. From our walking around yesterday I wanted to have coffee and a pain au chocolat for breakfast before going to the Citadel.
We find a café called Le Accent and I get my breakfast. The coffee was great but the pain au chocolat needed warming up (so that the chocolate oozes when you bite into it). But I was a happy chappy as we left the café. We walk uphill again to the Citadel. The walk was a ...
... strawberries, apples and ice wine in Canada. During winter the river around this island freezes and since they cannot use the existing bridge during this time, they make one out of the ice and drive on it for 3-4 months of the year. I cannot begin to imagine that sort of cold.
We continued north to Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre Cathedral before heading to lunch at a nearby restaurant. None of us are sure what the appetiser was but I am believing it wasn't ...
... directed me into the dining room. Balti wouldn't hear of me leaving without serving breakfast! I insisted she didn't get up, but she must have prepared food the night before and had Amil heat some of it up. A dish of her homemade yogurt and jam stood along side a warm cheese scroll and apricot and chocolate muffin, along with freshly squeezed juice. Normally I can't face food at this time of the day, but I had the yummy yogurt and juice, and wrapped up the rest to take with me ...
... and small one way streets, flowers hanging out of windows, vines climbing up walls, flower pots hanging off roofs, everything was pretty. It was in this French city that we spent Saturday exploring inside the city walls amidst hundreds and thousands of people in sweltering humidity.
Eventually we made it into Quebec City just before noon, after some mistakes along the drive, and a long and confusing search for ...