Hotel Le Bonne Entente
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... had docked in but they didn't seem to be in the museums thankfully, just wandering around town. The museum's current special exhibit is Masters of Olympus - Treasures from the Greco-Roman Collection of Berlin. Best thing about these special exhibits is that because they are usually smaller, you don't get overwhelmed and you end up getting more out of it. They supplied an excellent audio guide which automatically played the relevant part ...
... learning about the history of the city and of the province of Quebec. We covered
some of the good view points, a massive mural on a wall and the history of that as well as some of the local buildings. The tour ended at the bottom of the lower town and we split up.
I went with Hayden, Nathan, Jenny and James and we headed back up to the upper town looking for lunch. We stopped at various souvenir places along the way ...
... was slipping by and we didn't have breakfast till after 9.00am when I was meant to met Gilles to pay $90 cash for tonight. I wonder how many cash deals he does it works well with us $20 in our pocket can go to another night somewhere else. Backpack was all ready to go with our lunch at least now being in this apartment we are across from Gilles and his french speaking partner and we don't have to stand outside ring their bell all ...
... the National Assembly (the Parliament building of Quebec) are solely in French, as are all the display boards inside the building. In remote parts of eastern Canada we always found the signs in both English and French, in remote parts of France I have found signs in both English and French. So I cannot understand why the government of Quebec have refused to put signs in both languages? I can only assume it is a childish attitude that makes me feel ...
... stone buildings and then walls came into view. This was more like it! Seeing so many cites when travelling you can face the prospect that they all begin to look much the same. As far as the lower and upper parts of old town Quebec, there was no danger of this happening! Arriving at the door of St. Louis B&B on the street of the same name, was a relief. Even more so when the taxi driver only charged me $35, (perhaps there had been a lost in translation moment with the fee?) ...