Hotel Le Bonne Entente
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... had candles and ate so much food!
On Tuesday we went to the St Joseph's drop in centre for homeless people and served breakfast. I spent a couple hours painting in their art room with a bunch of guys and playing board games. We then prepped the food for lunch and unloaded the food truck. After that we went back to the church and had a speaker come in and talk to us about trust en lieu of the next day's activities.
Wednesday, what a ...
... icy paths ( avoiding near death whilst turning some tight corners covered in ice and lined with spectators), cross country skiing up and down hill, ice-skating and snow shoeing. None of these are easy sports alone, they look pretty cold and tough on an ordinary day, in Lycra they’re probably even harder.
Following another huge day yesterday and fun night last night we rose this morning at 9am following a good nights sleep. This morning was our last in Montreal so the first thing we did after breakfast was to pack our bags up and clear up Rish's loungeroom. We were very grateful to Rish for having us and showing us a true Montreal experience. Our experience wasn't completely over as our train to Quebec city didnt depart until 1pm this afternoon so we placed our gear into ...
When we arrived in Quebec City, it was a great coincidence that this was the Festival of New France, which celebrates the arrival of French settlers in Quebec City.
I really like Quebec City. It doesn't feel like Paris at all. The buildings are much older - and much plainer, in a style that is firm, square, and unadorned.
The city's architecture shows that it was ...
... the Chateau Frontenac. The imposing and beautiful Grande Dame is much the same as we remembered. The lobby area is reminiscent of most of the old CP hotels. We had a drink in the bar to commemorate our visit here. From there it was a stroll along Dufferin Terrace and up the 310 steps and walkways known as La Promenade des Goveneurs, along the Plains of Abraham to the Citadel. (The Plains were named after ...