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... the very nearby Echaude..(imagine accents!) French brasserie and delicious….air con this time not too glacial ..this IS after all Canada! We slept well..having gone form a cavernous room and sitting area to contemporary rabbit hutch in Hotel 71. Amy (our travel agent) must have popped out for Starbucks when this was booked!!! The television screen is in competition with the size of the room but ...
... a quebec city, en faisant quelques etapes interessantes sur la route: nous avons traversé le fleuve a trois pistoles, pour aller voir le fjord de 100km de saguenay, ou se trouve jusqua dix sortes de baleines dans la baie de tadoussac...plus loin, dans la region de charlevoix, nous sommes montés en haut des gorges de la riviere malbaie, ou une vue magnifique sur les montagnes laurentides nous ...
... the street is the Monastere des Ursulines founded in 1639 by Marie de l'Incarnation and Madame de Ia Peltrie, the school for girls in this convent is the oldest in North America. The Vieux-monastere (Old-Monastery), with its timbered structure and interior staircase, is one of the few 17th century architectural ensembles remaining in Quebec City today. Next stop number 12, rue Donnacona, to view the Musee des Ursulines.
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... for bite and then headed to one of the museums. At night wandering around the cobble streets the city on its giant hill, Quebec city get even more beautiful, especially with chrismas lights. That night I hang around the hostel and got chatting to one of the very few guest staying there in the rabbit warren of several covered old houses, Joe Guthrie. We decided to venture out to a recommended bar to try some local beer. On the way ...
... photographed hotel in the world. Dinner tonight was at the le Cochon Dingue where we enjoyed steak with mushroom sauce and oh dear, more fries! A large thunder storm which had been building all afternoon finally hit at the end of our meal and cooled us all down, especially the poor waiter who had to continue serving in and out of the rain. Needless to say he earned his tip. Back across the river to our B&B and packing up ready for Ottawa ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking