Le St-Christophe - Hotel & Spa
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We have had a great couple days in the Niagara area visiting Grandma Brown. Last night night we went up the Skylon tower to have dinner and enjoy the lights over the falls. Rain and fog interfered a bit but a drive around the parkway was beautiful. Today we are on our way to Gore Bay (Manitoulin Island) to visit friends then on to Marathon ...
... and Louise Penny spots. The trip involved numerous small towns with motorcycle groups and bike groups on gorgeous country roads. But all were very respectful and so it was easy driving. We made it to Frelighsburg, which had the art exhibit of the characters and also has three large pines. It was only 3 1/2 miles from the Vermont border. We also made it to St Benoit du Lac Abbey which is the spot where Louise talks about ...
JC's birthday was on the Wednesday the 17th but we have been celebrating all week. It started on the 16th with a meal at home featuring his favourites, steak and Rissa's famous mushroom and Parmesan Risotto with a bottle of Cab/Sauvignon from BC. On his birthday it was Hot &Sour soup , peanut butter dumplings, spring rolls and Mu-Shu Peking Duck with Sake. The 18th he was out golfing followed by a supper at the clubhouse in The 19th eat locally - the buffet at ...
Larissa always has Friday off so we usually plan a day out. The sun was out and it was the perfect time to take a drive to the country. We headed to the Eastern Townships for lunch. As I had already eaten at Le Perouse and really enjoyed it I thought it would be a good choice. We both had the the potage followed by the Bavette a l'echellotte with a glass of Merlot. Dessert and ...
... mooring directly outside. This area is considered the nautical capital of the Province of Quebec.
After lunch we went for a walk around the Marina and the canals. We walked to where you catch a ferry to Fort Lennox. Fortifications were first erected here by the French in 1759-1760. Over the years the fortifications have been modified. Stonework buildings and defence landmarks were built from 1819 to 1829 to protect the Colony from an American invasion. ...