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... pub:/cafe downstairs. The room is spacious, more like a studio apartment, with a lovely outlook over the small square surrounded by cafés, restaurants and a fountain. We went for a short walk and discovered lots of small shops along the cobbled stoned streets. This is an old part of the city with lots of charm and ...
... the old town. It is such a pretty place and lots of small shops, cafes and restaurants. After walking the length of the two main streets at the lower level we paid €2.5 Canadian to get the funicular to the higher level where the Chateau sits. The views around here are great and after a reviving coffee and very fast free wifi in the Starbucks ...
... day was back at the Plains of Abraham, near where we went snowshoeing. This time we watched a multi-media presentation called Canada Odyssey, that recounted the history of our country, featuring historic scenes that took place on the very site where we saw this presentation.
We made our way back to the hotel--walking again!--and had no trouble convincing everyone to turn in after a fun and action-packed day.
... in the right direction when Jill sent us somewhere completely different. Pulled into Canadian Tire for directions and even that was difficult when you don't know french and the signs are confusing. The traffic was heavy we didn't know where we were going the stress level was increasing with all the roadworks so Richard just turned on the next ramp. Set the GPS for the apartment address and drove back there and ...
... is no exaggeration. The guy serving in McDonalds couldn't even speak English. If this were France that of course would be okay, but he's in an English speaking country! This may actually explain why he's working in McDonalds in the first place... Very very few things have any English translation. If I were a regular Canadian I'd be pretty annoyed with this. It seems like discrimination to me. I headed outside the city walls and to the parliment building. Like ...