Hotel & Suites Normandin
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... The rest of the day was spent on an island in the St Lawrence River called Île d'Orléans, and what a pretty little place! It is said to be the birthplace of francophones (French speakers) in North America.
The island is 21 miles long by 5 miles wide, and so we drove around it at leisure stopping off every now and again.
The island is known for farming, ...
... a complete circle. I guess is is all relative... if you like circles and want to make one then its not bad but we weren't intending to do this. It is funny though when 10 minutes into a grand adventure you are pass where you started. It got better after that. We traveled through some beautiful rural landscape and some wonderful old stone built homes that overlook the St. Lawrence. The changing leaves were ...
This morning i got up at 7.15 am, showered, dressed and tidied up. I then went down to breakfast, ate, then headed back to the room to get ready for the day. I used the internet and
then meet up with the group on the coach to begin the day.
We took the coach into the city where we meet our two local guides. We did a drive around the main town and then stopped outside the Parliament building. We got off and had time for ...
... good for us as there weren't the huge crowds of tourists we are expecting at Niagara. Apart from the large group of school children we found on our arrival (which thankfully had dispersed after we had walked the area for a while) the park around the Falls was peaceful, with just a few tourists dotted about. Of course it might get busier in summer and we were simply lucky.
We enjoyed the museum and the art gallery. The museum ...
... Caught the funicular up to the terrace near Chateau Frontinac - hotel under renovation so not much to see there but great view over lower town & river.
Along the old streets in the upper town, warming soup for lunch at quaint restaurant Aux Anciens Canadiens. Past the parliament buildings to Moissons, an amazing old store where again we stopped to warm up with a coffee & cake.
Back through the ...