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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... before heading back home. There was a lot of rain overnight, and the sky looks ready for a repeat tonight. This is day 5 of the Adventure Caravans organized tour with about 14 other rigs. We’re getting to know a lot of nice people from all over the country. We four are the California representatives and may be the only ones not complaining about rain. ...
... had candles and ate so much food!
On Tuesday we went to the St Joseph's drop in centre for homeless people and served breakfast. I spent a couple hours painting in their art room with a bunch of guys and playing board games. We then prepped the food for lunch and unloaded the food truck. After that we went back to the church and had a speaker come in and talk to us about trust en lieu of the next day's activities.
Wednesday, what a ...
... house or two. We saw single-wide mobile homes parked on secluded plots of land (the house was not fancy but the land is theirs), old houses, farms and small ranch homes. There was little traffic and we pretty much had the road to ourselves except for occasional pulp hauling trucks. And I mused…these guys would not have a job if they were still sending logs down the Kennebec as they used to. We followed that river most of the ...
... the old port. There is a lightshow that happens every night on the port to give it a less disgusting look. It is meant to look like the aurora borealis and it is really colourful. The buildings around the port are very old with some dating back 400 years to when Quebec was first settled by the French. Amazing how much history exists here. Go, just go. But make sure you are with someone who speaks French... not much English ...
... were established after the prison's closure. In front of the building is an open courtyard which use to accommodate the large crowds during public hangings. The balcony in which people were hung no longer exists but we were able to see a picture of it on a nearby interpretive plaque. We proceded down the street and Pierre pointed out some of the different architectural styles which are still present throughout old Quebec City. One style of home built is known as New France which is ...