Hotel Le Bonne Entente
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
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For the first of what we hope will become annual vacations, we chose Quebec City.
After work on Tuesday evening Justin left his office to pick up Christina from the GO station. Having left that morning with a carload of vacation gear, Justin arrived to find Christina laden down with 6 bags full of things they'd forgotten to pack, including olive oil, snacks for the drive, and Christina's knitting. The olive oil was clearly essential, since ...
... rate for $72.00. It is like an old Australian motel from the 60's or 70's but is clean and has free parking.
By the time we had checked in and unloaded our things the sun was out. Back in the car to find something to eat and return to the city. Finding dinner was not as easy as we thought. There was a big shopping centre just down the road but at 6.15 most of the shops were shut. Eventually found a place in a street lined with shops and restaurants. ...
So. I honestly didn't do much in Quebec. I got there on the Monday afternoon or so and it took me a little while to recover from Osheaga in Montreal. My time was spent walking around Old Quebec and looking at the buildings and churches and things. Eating at Rue Saint Jean - ...
... a ferme sign with the perfect excuse that us stoopid Australians thought ferme was open in French and the sign was just hung on chain in the way so everyone knew where to go....reasonable right? Also a slight over exaggeration as I don't think we ever lost sight of the sign haha. We had a brilliant time and stayed in a hotel that originally smelt weird but we left our scent, marked our territory and left my ...
... The 47m high tower was built to rival the nearby French church, Basilique Notre Dome, providing further public evidence of the ongoing tension between the French and British. We wandered just a few more meters down the road and reached our first food stop, La Cremaillere. This fine dining restaurant is situated in one of the many former wealthy merchant homes along Rue St Louis. Whilst we delicately ate a sample of fresh Pacific Salmon tartar we were provided with a ...