Hotel Jardin Ste-Anne
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Beautiful cozy auberge located on a quiet street in the old city. Full breakfast each morning, short walk to everything. Highly recommend!
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... station with his dog Speedy.
For those of you who are interested in sport Simon Gerrans took the hat-trick today and also one the Montreal section of the Grand Prix Cycliste de Quebec, de Montreal. It would have been good to have watched the race but we were still in Quebec when the race was on. The start and finish line were just around the corner from Jacynthe and Gilles home. Simon actually grew up in Jamieson and Gerrans Bridge is named after his family.
... tide was out on the way up, so tidal flats were showing, but the tide had come back in by our return. The river is 1,000km from the Atlantic and has fresh water, but quite muddy looking.
Did a huge walk around the 'wall' when we got back - our hotel is high up in the upper ...
... but he was in agony for the rest of the holidays! Needless to say, from then on, when I tried to hold his hand whilst walking, there was some resistance and the comment.... "you better not fall down again"
We would like to come back to this beautiful place, either in winter or in the warmer season. It will be looking different with lots of other activities to do.
On to Whistlers in British Columbia on the West of Canada.
... rooms themselves had a thin but very comfortable mattress on top of a solid bed of ice with lighting built into the base that you can switch on and off. An information session teaches you how to sleep in the rooms-which include the use of a negative temperature sleeping bag, where to put belongings to prevent freezing, etc. This session is mandatory, even for locals because-as the guide Sophie put it-when sleeping in ...
... experience compared to the likes of Vancouver for example. The one thing I do suggest if you not only come to Quebec City or even the Province of Quebec, is to practice a little French. People do speak English but if you can speak a little French or even read French you’ll fit in perfectly.
Next stop Toronto, then off to Niagara Falls. It’s going to be a good next few days.
Until then stay safe and happy ...