Hotel Terrasse Royale
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... and Djaouida had picked a novel from a Quebecois author, Jacques Poulin, entitled "Autumn Rounds." Thanks to our dictionaries, we had all slowly made our way through the first five, short, chapters. Djaouida had written a companion workbook to "Autumn Rounds," and we all really enjoyed class.
"Autumn Rounds" is a novel about a man called The Chauffeur who operates a book mobile for the library. He meets a woman named Maria at a ...
... main entrance to the park opposite a very impressive university campus and headed up the hill. We were looking for the viewpoint of the city but stumbled across the Chalet instead. It was an absolute scorcher so decided this was the perfect place to stop for a nice cream! Whilst cooling off in some deck chairs we were treated to an impromptu performance of German Unicyclists. They were very good! There was another interesting sounding signpost so we headed off ...
... and had hardly any activities. Well I underestimated it for sure! After three hours in there I had to drag Samuel out to have some lunch, bribing him with feeding the ducks, an activity he was previously desperate to do. Adalia had a ball in there too (although she would have been happy to walk up and down the little staircase all day). There was a house frame that you could insert foam bricks and roof tiles on, an awesome track ...
We left Chipman Sunday morning after a great day / evening spent with family and friends and a few tearful goodbyes. We packed up the trailer in Rusagonish and made it to Edmundston just in time for supper with the Long's. We ate a delist maritime supper of lobster, scallops, asparagus and mashed potatoes We visited Sunday night and Monday morning before leaving the province en route to ...
... French breakfast: a light, quick, yet sumptuously filled crepe. On past excursions to Paris, crepe makers are everywhere, and have been my saviors after extended walks. Whether your fancy is sweet or savory, this affordable, filling meal has always been one of my favorites when traveling. Only thing is, I can really only find them in Paris and very occasionally in other spots - I bought one from a vendor at the famous Pike Place Market in ...