Stastny Plaza Hotel & Golf Resort
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... down to Vieux Quebec to start our tour. It is an amazing city full of culture and history and architecture to behold. We ended up eating at a Creperie outside on the terrace next to Chateau Frontenac-- a little pricey for a lunch but seemed fitting while in Quebec City.
The sun was out all day and the city got quite busy. There was some big event at the Seminary bringing ...
... At least it wasn't cold. And the cemetery proved a bust in terms of finding and Harvey/Herve ancestors. Denis says the cemetery was trying to tell us we shouldn't be there-- I told him that can't be as it continued to pour long after we left. We stopped again down the road a ways in Montmagny hoping to visit the Accordion Museum. Closed -- only opens Monday-Friday -- go figure. Rain had ...
... to French Canada! Oh, and all the traffic signs are in french. And they use kilometers here. Quick! What's 100 KMh mean? Our first stop inside Canada was at Tim Horton's. It wasn't so much for their overly sweet donuts or bad coffee, but for their free wifi. The next two hours were exciting and unlike anything I've ever experienced in North America. You're in a foreign country! This is France without having to fly over that annoying ...
We had a not so long drive to Quebec City that took longer than it should have. Our major difficulty was the cell phone. Our inexpensive pre-paid cell phones from the US would not work in CA. We stopped at a Walmart over the boarder and bought a new cell phone but had difficulty getting it up and running. Also had difficulty finding wifi to alert our new land ...
... asked about a driving tour outside the city and settled on Chemin du Roy (the King’s Road) which was an old road back up river toward Montreal on the north side of the river.
We drove narrow winding roads through some very old well kept homes that have been in continual use since originally built centuries ago. There were beautifully manicured farms between the numerous villages along the way. Every 10 or 15 kilometers we would see the ...