Le Grande-Allee Hotel and Suites
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... and mini-quiche, we hit the road. The pouring rain tap-tap-tapped a steady rhythm in line with the Howard Shore "Lord Of the Rings" score playing from her phone. Traffic flowed well the whole way and by 2:50pm Wednesday we'd arrived at the apartment we'd rented. Like the units we'd used in Europe, this AirBNB rental was chic, well-appointed, and priced far lower than traditional hotels. Located immediately next to The Plains of Abraham, it was the perfect ...
Wednesday we left Montreal on a cold grey morning and took the motorway north towards Quebec. Drove half way and crossed the St Lawrence to follow it on the north side through towns and villages. The colours are just beautiful everywhere now and we can't believe they can be any better in Vermont! We will see. Arrived earlyish so drove over another bridge onto Isle de Orleans which is very picturesque and ...
We headed back to the carnivale today and i was happy to see that there was a shitload of people there. I guess it was a weekend, kids were off school, and what else is there to do when it is -30 outside. Jenny and i headed straight to the dog sledding as we had missed out on it in the last few days. It was nothing on what Alex and i did in Mt Tremblant, more like nascar where the dogs ran around in a oval. They weren't even huskys.There was a weird ...
Very slow start to the day today... Got out of bed at 10, such a good sleep! Attempted a run, but it's really too hot here! Had a shower and breakfast etc, then slowly made my way to the old town to visit the Plains of Abraham - a lovely park with amazing views and a museum about the history of Québec which is my next stop. I've taken a break in the shade to read for a bit, very tranquille ici! Had a quick visit to the museum but ...
So I have taken a detour from the US and ended up in Canada for a while and after a 9 hour bus ride from Boston finally made it here. I wasn't really too sure of what to expect here in Canada as I didn't really know anything about it but it is made up of two different cultures one is English speaking and the other is the French speaking. Quebec is part of the French culture and literally crossing the border from the US into this part of Canada was like ...