Le Capitole de Quebec
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
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... views on either side of the island of the St Lawrence River. We managed a couple of photos of the Montmorency Falls on our way back and onto the highway again. The falls, at 84 metres high and 46 metres wide, are the highest in the province of Quebec and 30 metres higher than Niagara Falls.
We arrived at Quebec City about 4.30pm. We are staying at the Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac, an absolutely beautiful hotel that it is said ...
... it was a fort that he agreed to go. It's on the highest point in Quebec City overlooking the river and consists of a number of old stone buildings contained within a star-shaped stone wall. It's also a functioning army base housing the Royal 22nd Regiment so you have to stay with the guide at all times. The regiment was raised during WW1 and is the only French speaking army unit in the British Commonwealth. Even the Queen, their C-in-C, is required to speak French ...
... sat down and began writing my reflection for St Boniface and then Monelle, Andrew, Alexa and I went to a market and had lunch. While we were there we listened to live music and I held a python! It was intense!
That night we watched a movie, so we dragged a mattress down from the boy's room and ate lots of popcorn and candy. We watched Les Intouchables, one of my favourite movies and it was super fun!
Après la film I packed my backpack and duffel bag and set ...
... Catholic city; the citadel which was the intricate star shaped wall built to defend the city; and the Parliament, which is a striking building surrounded by beautiful gardens. There are also numerous green spaces, including a large park, known as Abraham's plain, not after the Bible character but after the local figure who constructed the park. We thought it was almost as impressive as Central Park in NY and had lots ...
... sampling the tire or maple sugar taffy on snow.
The final stop of this long and eventful day was the Carnaval parade. We found spots with a clear view near the start of the parade route and cheered along as we waited for Bonhomme Carnaval's float at the end.
Back at our hotel it was time to repack our suitcases to check out tomorrow morning. We will visit the carnaval grounds before departing for ...