Le Grande-Allee Hotel and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
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... first mexican I have been able to deal with since leaving Mexico. The first language here is french but we are lucky that people also speak english. My french is practically non existent and all I remember is "Bonjour", "Merci", "Je sui desolee!". The mexican food goes down ok and we run back to the apartment to rest after a long day's journey.
Day 2: we are lucky that the rain have cleared and the scene that lays before us is a beautiful French inspired ...
... development of community up to the present day. I love seeing these sorts of artwork around a community or city that im not as familiar with as it allows me to get up to date with all that history so quickly and visually...afterall I am a slow reader and a visual learner so these things are almost made specifically for someone like me. We continued back down hill towards the ferry terminal and took in our last glimpses of Levis. We had enjoyed stretching our legs and taking in ...
... family. Case in point being when I told her I hadn't ended up going to the doctor, she said she would make me a tisane, which is a brewed herbal tea involving honey, lemon and a herb I think was oregano, to help my throat that night before I slept. She said it would also help me sleep well. We all sat in the dining room later that evening and had a good chat, her husband speaks a little more English than Balti does. I discovered that they are originally from Tunisia and ...
... settled in the Lower Town alongside the river. Quebec City was a valuable prize sought after many times in the wars of the 17th and 18th centuries. When it finally fell to the English in 1759, New france became a British colony.
The old quarter of Quebec City is a world heritage site and is the only fortified (walled) city in North America. It was whilst we were here that we got to admire the maze of narrow, winding streets and sloping roofs. We ...
... comforters on the beds, at least I was warm. We were up by 4:30 a.m. for arrival at 5:15 at Charny. A shuttle took us into the city center and friends Katherine and Keith kindly came and fetched us.
We had a little breakfast and some caffeine which helped steady us a bit but we really were exhausted and off kilter so we went to our room for a nap. It was wonderful to lie on a bed that wasn’t moving and was soft!! We napped for a couple ...