Le Manoir Du Lac Delage
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Banquet room
- Conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
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... some odd planning on my part). Two good flights and a cab ride and we were into our hotel, Auberge Place d'Armes, at around midday ready for a nap to help overcome the lack of sleep. Great plan but room not ready until 3.00pm. Ok! So off walking this very pretty city in the Old Town. Really lovely place. Quick lunch at Le Cafe Baude, the oldest restaurant in Quebec and then a more exploring. Into the room at last, a nap, in fact my companion is still at it.' Dinner ...
Moving day today. We moved from the Hotel to the Ruby Princess Ship. A whole distance of two blocks. Took it easy for the rest of the day on board. Eating mostly and took in a nice performance by the French dance group called La Compagnie de Danse Migrations. A very professional act from Quebec City. They did a combination of Irish, Scottish, French and English steps. The crowd loved it. Mind you there are just about all seniors on this ...
... What a fabulous day off together, recharging our batteries and enjoying the perks of our travels.
One more stop in Summerside, PEI, a small sailing community with dockage just long enough to accommodate. Captain Steve made it look so easy as he slid the 80 foot vessel into a 90 foot spot, impressing the owner as he was sure dockagewas impossible and the dockhand who commented that "he parallel parks the boat better than most people can their cars". Summerside was so ...
... It is the only place in all of North America in which the European lifestyle seems to truly thrive. People eat summer for every meal and stay out until all hours of the night. Coffee shops and bars are empty on the inside, but you can't find a seat outside, often after midnight. The streets and alleys are packed with people spilling over terraces into the road, locals sitting in windowsills drinking wine, and kids skateboarding on the sidewalk. I could ...
We arrived in Quebec and luckily I speak French because we needed it at our campsite in order to register. Scott was impressed, as he has never heard me speak so much French in all our time together.
So we walked around Vieux Quebec and well, let's just say that ...