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Travel Blogs from Sainte-Adele
We got up early, and after a quick breakfast, headed to downtown Ottawa for a double-decker bus tour of the Capitol. Before we got on the bus, we were treated to a view of the changing of the guards as they marched down the street from the Parliament buildings. Our bus took us across the river into Quebec, and when we saw the Quebec Tourist Bureau, we paid them a visit and bought a map of Quebec and got information on Quebec City ...
... had pea soup and fresh baked bread, followed by maple smoked ham, meatballs, sausage, traditional meat pie, souffle omlette and maple baked beans for our main course. For dessert we had pancakes which we could douse in as much maple syrup as our hearts desired... for me that meant a lot. Blake and I had coffee afterwards which ofcourse we substituted sugar with a few tablespoons of maple syrup YUM! By this stage we were all stuffed! We went outside to enjoy the ...
... on the green slopes and walking a while on the stupid flat skier areas and we moved on to the blue runs.
I sneakily took everyone down a run that started green, but I knew turned black all the way to the bottom of the hill so woops... I heard about it all the way down but when we got to the bottom everyone was stoked to have completed a few blacks and they wanted to do a few more but it was the end of the day and ...
Day 2 on the mountain was a much more pleasant experience as the temperature climbed a little. Still a balmy -15 degrees. It seemed like yesterday everyone wasn't having too much fun yesterday with all of the falling over so today I took some extra extra time and helped everyone individually and by midday they were all making it down the bigger bunny hill without falling over.
... dropped in and went to hit the first jump without riding passed it first to check it out. The markers on the side of the jumps are an indication of how big the jumps are and I saw what looked to me like an S for small. I completely forgot that I was now in Quebec and not everything is in English. The S I though I saw, was actually a G for Grande in French. Idiot. I didn't have nearly enough speed to ...
Other places to stay in Sainte-Adele
2010 Chemin Pierre Peladeau, Sainte-Adele | Hotelfrom $89
3003 Boulevard Sainte-Adele, Sainte-Adele | 4 star hotelfrom $167
1440 Chemin Pierre-Piladeau, Sainte-Adele | Hotelfrom $168
3655 bd. Ste-Adele (Route 117), Sainte-Adele | Hotelfrom $95