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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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... day in Quebec we accomplished spectacularly little, arriving around midday we took on the local laundretter and our first big wash before checking in to our new home. 3 Hrs we waited for things’ to dry, with trips to different shops gathering quarters for the 'poxy’ dryers. The Hostel, Auberge de Jeuness Maeva, was warm and bright and we had our own really comfortable room. Our host Robert, originally from Tahiti gave us good local tips. He was friendly and made ...
... so we promptly cooked up penne with feta, fresh vegetables and pesto. Very fresh and tasty. The night was cold but perfectly clear so we grabbed the tripod and Nikon and went for a night walk to photograph some of the city at night. We got some amazing, misty photos of the Hotel du Parlement Legislative building, the large fountain in front, a french and british gate, eery streets, Chateau Fontenac and the best photo we took was of the Eglise du Notre Dame Des Victoires. Rox got ...
... a little, to find a "correct" direction and angle to jerk the tooth out. It required less strength and it is a smoother process. XD
Okay next kitchen task.
Cut the Cheese! That's a good one, because I get to eat while I cut.
After that? Cut the smoked pork! That was really enjoyable too. Because of the same reason HAHA
While cutting I get the chance to see Chef-in-action. Felix was carving out flowers and making horse carriages out ...
... the Chateau Frontenac. The imposing and beautiful Grande Dame is much the same as we remembered. The lobby area is reminiscent of most of the old CP hotels. We had a drink in the bar to commemorate our visit here. From there it was a stroll along Dufferin Terrace and up the 310 steps and walkways known as La Promenade des Goveneurs, along the Plains of Abraham to the Citadel. (The Plains were named after ...
... a giggle trying to scare one of the other girls. Dinner was late at a fast food place for a local dish called poultine. It's chips with gravy and cheese.... Skanky.. I hate gravy.... And plastic cheese. Not the best thing ever... But ah well. He a couple of drinks and then went back for another night of camping. Comment on the toilets... This camp site was realllllyyy nice with decent showers and loos.!!!! ...