Howard Johnson Quebec City
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... looking buildings (yes, I'm talking about you, Chateau Frontenac), loads of good restaurants, horse and carriage rides available, and plenty of churches including a basilica. I have noticed a disproportionate number of shoe shops, but I assume that's because all the walking the residents have to do wears their footwear out quickly. Quebec City is a little slice of Europe in the middle of Canada and I find that charming, even if my legs ...
... in now. Let them know what we are up to and where we are heading.
Richard is stirring now so I put the jug on and we had coffee in bed (it is our ritual in the morning).
Today we move upstairs for one night so I showered first and while Richard had a showered I packed up and took everything up except the esky, which Ric***********ce I emptied the fridge. The stairs are a bit steep for me plus the esky is a little heavy.
... on the beautiful glass ware that is characteristic of this area. In the Place Royale there is a beautiful little church, the Eglise Notre Dame des Victoire,which is worth a visit. Bulit in 1688, it is the oldest stone church in North America. From the old town we took the Funicular up to the Chateau Frontenac, a huge castle built in 1893 in the French style. There is a board walk called the Dufferin Terrace from which there are ...
Leg 7--1 Day--150 Miles
Miles to Date--3430
Fuel Stop--Petro Canada--25,36 gallons @ $5.249 per gallon
Google Map Included--A to B 150 miles, arrive at Prevost.
Let me start this post by remembering thing I forgot to include in previous posts:
1) 49% of the people in Toronto do not speak English as their ...
... saw us meet up with the tour group who had travelled overnight from Toronto. I thought that it would be all the people that we met at the farewell dinner back in November, but the group consisted of teachers on exchange from all over Australia. There were a couple of families on the trip and it did not take us long to get chatting to a lovely family from Byron Bay. Liza and Kim had two daughters Bianca and Sienna and they hit it off with our girls which was great.