Manoir De Tilly Hotel
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... shaking bridge, then tripped and fell metres from the bus! How I managed to get him to stop crying I will never know. We still had a fun adventure, and what was meant to be a 1.5 hour walk turned into 3.5 hour walk! It was lovely. Back in town we were all a bit hungry even though we had eaten a packed lunch. So we went back to the crepe place for some strawberry crepes, mainly because fruit and vegetables are so hard to find here. We have not eaten much fruit since we have ...
Aug 20-21. I had a fantastic entry for today, and then the website deleted it somehow, so forgive my not pouring out my soul as usual for these couple of days. Quebec City is amazing, the last remaining bastion of France in North America complete with quaint alleyways, loud tourists, old buildings (like really old, like 400 years old, nearly twice as old as anything on the west coast) and the best croissants money can buy. I was ...
... Samuel de Champlain's original Quebec outpost, and Museum of the French in America dedicated to the early history of New France including Cartier, a early penal colony established in Cap Rouge, and the migration westward and southward of French people. We had some good coffee and chocolate croissants as a snack and then went home to rest. Tonight --- we will see Rush --- the line up at the summer festival seems custom made for a man in his 40s who grew up in NH in the 80s. Rock ...
... There was supposed to be a cat sanctuary there that is now inhabited by wildlife, but I couldn’t see any animals anywhere! After that we went to the mint, where we had a very informative and amusing tour of how coins were made, though the machines weren’t running while we were there, but we could at least see them from above, and there were some videos. I was also given a limited edition, brand new $2 coin in my change for the ticket! This mint didn’t make ...
... Iraq. All of this was recounted most entertainingly and most passionately. This was a woman with a huge amount of depth.
Marie-Jorge is a lifelong resident of Quebec City, and she summed up the city's feel succinctly - if you want to go somewhere and be a number, you can go to the big cities (like Montreal). But if you want to be valued as an individual, you stay in ...
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