Le Capitole de Quebec
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Lots of police here nearly everywhere you look there is a car or motorbike we had one follow us for a while but he gave up because Richard was going too slow 45kms instead of 50kms well we were enjoying the scenery. Went down a driveway to a B&B Auberge La Goeliche at the end of the island to have our lunch and coffee. A bit of history now in 1759 the English General James Wolf ...
... The VIA trains were far more expensive. She does some stuff on the computer and calls somewhere. She says "Wait a moment with a gleam in her eye" that gives us hope.
We gather that there is a car at another rental company. She will drive us there in her car! WOW. What service! How awesome! Poor other couple - she explains that our reservation was BEFORE theirs, they were early it wasn't even time for their rental. She has ...
... in Quebec City is easy. Everyone we met spoke English. And very well. We were in two minds about greeting people’s ‘bonjour’ with a ‘bonjour’ of our own since it always lead to more French words, confused looks and the inevitable ‘..oh, english?’, ‘yeah, english’.
We had heard that French Canadians were "More French than the French". I’m not really sure what that means but we took it to mean they would be very ...
... Sherbrooke Street, taking us away from the city centre! We stopped for directions at a shop and they pointed us in the right direction.
We finally made it into familiar territory and we stopped to refuel the car around 10pm on Sherbrooke Street. Not much further and we were back at the rental car depot on Stanley Street. We dropped off the car, and grabbed our things and made our way back to the Sofitel. Pretty stuffed after a big day, so off to bed ...
... a little snap happy here!
The town hall had an amazing
Halloween display. Pumpkins, pumpkins everywhere! We then mostly just wandered
through the streets (so much like France) and ran into an American
couple from one of the other ships. Very funny, she took a photo for us and
then sympathised with John about the frailty (age) of most cruise passengers.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services