Le manoir du lac William
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
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Had breakfast with Maggie and Brian - fresh bagels again! Maggie left to ride to university. Herci came and we drove into town, parked car at McGill car park and then met Maggie who took us to her office. We the followed her to the lecture room where we thoroughly enjoyed watching/listening to her. All so interesting. We drove out of Montreal and began our trip along the St Lawrence River. We use a TomTom which has been great. When first we arrived the Herci had ...
... that remains. Then we walked to the 'Square' which is Place Royale—a square on the site of the garden of Champlain’s Habitation (1608). All this old history! All the buildings in the 'Square' are heritage listed and the original facade has been retained beautifully. In fact every stone was taken down numbered and replaced exactly in the restoration process. Behind are expensive apartments. There are so many beautiful artisan ...
... We enjoyed our stay here. We didn't really go anywhere, just went for a long walk, past the marina. (Forgot my camera back at the trailer-duh!) so of course there would have been some great photos. We saw the specific area which becomes an ice bridge to the ...
... beautiful display of hand dipped chocolates of every variety. We were about to purchase a few when we noticed the upper level of the shop was actually an ice cream shop and deli. Sheree is programmed to walk toward ice cream, so we decided to take a look at that first and then maybe buy some chocolates. We never made it back. We had gone completely to the dark side again and opted for ice cream, but the bonus is the chocolate dip. ...
We left Quebec City a bit too early and ended up in the tail end of rush hour traffic. A bit of stop and go traffic for a few kilometers and then it picked up again, so it really wasn't to bad.
We crossed the St. Lawrence River and travelled east along it's south shore. The area is still very flat with a lot of farmland. Again, thank goodness, ...