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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... actually called Petit Champlain, but I decided I felt like a Chinese meal for a change and remembered one I found yesterday called Wongs Cantonese Restaurant, which looked pretty reasonable. Turned out to be a good choice, had chicken chow mein and it was great, not too greasy like a lot of other Chinese restaurants and had plenty of vegetables cooked to perfection (ie. not soft and over-cooked). Then walked around a bit during sunset and home ...
... got to a place called ashbury. This was a fast food place that specialized in great poutine – a Canadian specialty of chips, gravy and cheese. We had lunch here and moved on.This time Alex, tom, Richard, Sam, Anita, Geeta and Cam joined us. We walked up the street, found a hockey gear place, we had a look here, then went to a gelato place to try some maple gelato. By the way it was very cold and windy walking around, so ...
... Saint Jean to the first arch entry looked at the armory then walked up the stairs onto the fortified wall of the old city and followed it to the Citadelle.
Sat on the outer wall looking at Parc des Champs-de-Bataille this area I think is part of the Plains of Abraham where General Wolf (English) and General Montcalm (French) went into battle in 1759 both died that day and the English won.
The Citadelle was constructed ...
... red tunics and bearskin hats (see photos). As it is an active base you can only see it as part of a guided tour.
Our tour guide was a French-Canadian called Etienne (aged 25-30) and he spoke good English although with a few amusing twists. For example he would make a very authoritative statement or instruction, sounding very demanding then leave a gap of five seconds and then say please. He also told us "you WILL enjoy it" which made me chuckle ...
... I'm glad I had the address written down and could estimate a fee, as that was the only communication that happened between myself and the French-speaking driver. He'd told me about $60, so I had just enough cash. We seemed to travel for ages through the outskirts of the city. The further we travelled toward my destination, the more the buildings began to resemble what I had come to Quebec to see. The streets began to become steeper and steeper, roads became more winding, ...