Hotel Au Jardin du Gouverneur
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... a pub). Each of the dishes on the menu is only $5 and the portions are not small. We share a beet and green salad, garlic prawns and a sundried tomato pasta. That was enough to fill us up. The place is pretty popular and as we leave there is a line up at the door for locals wanting to get in.
We make a final pit stop at a cool little bar and enjoy a drink as the sun sets and people watch a little and chat again about how cool its been to spend time in this French piece of Canada. ...
... on board for a day. Random Quebec Observations: We never once saw a police officer, a piece of trash, a pan handler, a bum, nor did ever once feel unsafe though we walked a number of alley ways and back streets. We've never seen so many people with well behaved big dogs on leashes. Most of them either standard poodles or Wheaton terriers. The québécois were warm and friendly contrary to popular reports. With the exception of ...
... of them!
I got organized and then met Jen and Barbara upstairs and we decided to head down to the restaurant they had visited earlier in the night for coffee and dessert. I had a hot chocolate and tried the "sugar pie" a Quebec family favourite. It was very nice!
After a nice relax we wandered back up Saint Jean and then on to the hotel. Up to my room for a shower and off to ...
... successfully defeated the invading Americans) (and the fact that Quebec is still part of Canada) when confronted with this! It is equally amusing that the Quebecois (which is people of Quebec) like to be considered as part of Canada when they are differentiating themselves from Americans and Brits, but firmly refuse to be Canadians when talking to other Canadians. Highly funny.
As we were walking along the fortress walls, we heard all bells ringing and all sorts ...
... pass you. On-lookers can join the race too. Tour operators provide hatchbacks and minivans loaded with press people and TV crews but they also take other people for a zip around the course, during the race. With horns beeping constantly, they race past the bikers while those inside, film the racers. Trailing the packs of bikers, are several cars with roof racks full of spare bikes (some have 8 bikes). After walking through the Plains of Abraham for 5 hours, we stopped at ...