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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel l'Ermitage Quebec City
It was a wonderful room with 2 double beds, a balcony overlooking the street and just a great location within the walls of Quebec.
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... speaking professor of Irish studies from Concordia University in Montreal at the Celtic Cross Monument. He was filming a documentary, and he took the time to translate for us the Gaelic inscription on the cross, and his message that zeroed in on more incriminating causes of the potato famine - the British feudal system of agriculture demanding quotas of the non-potato crops to be sent back ...
... of traditional French Canadian foods, including soupe aux pois (pea soup), tourtière (meat pie), feves au lard (baked beans) jambon (ham), and crepes with plenty of maple syrup. While we ate, we were entertained with traditional French Canadian music and students took turns accompanying our host on the spoons. After supper, our host Yvon taught everyone a folk dance and the Eagles burnt off a lot of energy. Before we left, ...
... their 50th wedding anniversary. They live in Glen Waverley, Ruth was a primary teacher, taught at Ashwood and Tecoma. After tea I went and walked the deck as we left Quebec. So pretty with all the trees along the water. I think we just fit under the bridge. Now it's bag packing time :( can't believe how fast this week has gone by. Holiday is almost over. Currently sitting by a window watching the world go ...
Weather a little foggy and drizzly
today. Not real cold though. Got off the ship about mid morning and walked
through Old Quebec up to Chateaux Frontenac. Squillions of tourists around as
there are four cruises in port! Decided to do the walk of the old city
fortifications. Some real pretty views, all the trees are changes colour and it
makes such beautiful pictures. ...
... put the man under house arrest at the Citadel as it was a security risk.
The next day me and Andrew went to the Citadel and saw the changing of the guard. We joined an organised tour and saw a few items that had been stolen from the Germans. You could identify them because they were painted grey.
In the afternoon we met Becci and we watched the Military parade. Andrew was very happy as he got to see some Mountie's in their Red Serge.