Le Capitole de Quebec
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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For the first of what we hope will become annual vacations, we chose Quebec City.
After work on Tuesday evening Justin left his office to pick up Christina from the GO station. Having left that morning with a carload of vacation gear, Justin arrived to find Christina laden down with 6 bags full of things they'd forgotten to pack, including olive oil, snacks for the drive, and Christina's knitting. The olive oil was clearly essential, since ...
... Of course we had to walk back up the stairs.
Driving in Ontario and Quebec has been interesting. It would appear as though obeying the speed limit and stopping at stop signs is considered to be optional. Many drivers seem to ignore both of these. Traffic lights are interesting - green flashing light means the facing cars have a red light and we can turn. You can turn right on a red light with care except on the Island of Montreal where it is prohibited.
... tourist road. There isn't actually that much tourist stuff to do so I spent my time mostly just living in Quebec. I did surprisingly ok with the French - I was warned no one speaks English but I found that quite the opposite. It's a beautiful city and I will go going back for ...
... hostel to get my gloves, beanie, boots and winter jacket. So I was essentially wearing what I would wear on the coldest day in Canberra...in the middle of their Spring. I'll definitely be purchasing some long Johns and other wintery gear for winter.
I'm currently writing this on a train. This is my first Canadian train experience and I was surprised that they weighed my bag. I had to take 1kg out so I took my toiletry bag out. I ...
... the painting was likely to be well our of our price range but what can I say... curiosity got the better of me. Well thank goodness it did cause it turns out they were not ridiculously priced, it was lightweight and suitably wrapped for postage (ching ching) and Ro liked them as much as me. So we left the shop, me smiling and with one painting in tow, and headed back to the main square to grab some famous poutine for lunch. Now for those of you who arent aware, a classic poutine is a ...