La Seigneurie du Triton
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July 20th – day 77
The plan today was to go into Old
Quebec. That almost didn't happen. We did what we thought was enough
planning. We knew that there was no way we could take the RV there as
there was nowhere to park apart from the port and that was $70, ouch!
On RV forums it was discussed that the best option was to park at
Levis and catch the ferry across which was $32 return for our family
... and the ice isn't thick enough yet. Matthew LOVED skating outdoors, he didn't even want to leave for dinner. Was quite special with the surrounding architecture and Christmas lighting around the square, great fun. Dinner was a pizzeria which turned out to be one of the best meals so far and inexpensive in the scheme of things - about Perth prices! A great end to our first day in French speaking Quebec ...
... but she wasn't satisfied that I wasn't stealing the children. Sammy kept walking past her booth and into Canada which she was getting annoyed at also. I wasn't sure what was going to happen, then all of a sudden she had a change of heart and we were in. I grabbed the nearest cab and we were on our way to the old city. It is an amazing place and I am so sad that Tom isn't here because he would love it. It is a mix between Salzburg (Austria), Assisi and Bellagio (Italy). It is ...
... this affords us. We have a separate lounge area that leads out on to our balcony as well as a walk in wardrobe area next to the bathroom. It felt really nice to unpack and put our suitcases away for the next ten days and not have to hunt through your bag every morning looking for something.
Dinner is in the Da Vinci dining room and we share our table with an older couple, Karen and Ed. As we learnt soon after boarding, ...
... Montreal with the both of us concentrating on the road signs and checking the direction on the GPS Richard maneuvered the Pontica through all the road construction to Hwy 20 East. The traffic wasn't too bad had to get out of the middle (Truck) lane when we went through the tunnel under the Saint Laurent River. Still had to keep our wits about us on the other side of the river as there was still a lot of cones and roadworks at the on/off exits the ...