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... was called that we shared, the pictures don’t help to identify it either but it was a meat, with questionable vegetables and salad, both draped in gravy and fries which weren’t great. It wasn’t cheap it wasn’t good and the atmosphere was well matched to our hangovers. If Wimpy did school dinners then perhaps that’s what Ashtons is like. A word of warning to any planning a trip to Quebec, please stay away – if in doubt look at our pictures of happy diners. ...
... which marked the start of the NWT Recreation and Parks Association's month-long game of tag. I received the inspiration for this event from this clip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGvcQ_9B ekk Happily, the folks in my office are happy to participate (it's a small, fantastic NGO of people I adore). The rules are as follows:
Tag shall begin at midnight on Nov. 1st, 2013 and end at 11:59:59 on Nov. ...
... Quebec City. This meant that we climbed down around 300 steps in Quebec, hopped on the ferry then climbed up around 300 steps in Levis! We had to do the same in reverse to get home again.
Between our earlier daytime photos and our night pictures we had dinner in a small diner where the man was very helpful but spoke very little English. He was a very nice man and patient and impressed with the bits of French I knew. We got there and had a decent ...
... Balti, greeted me with a wide smile despite the fact that it was after 11:30pm, and ushered me up a narrow flight of stairs to my room on the first floor.
I was super tired, having been up since 4:45 am, and travelling all day, trains, plane and automobile, I would happily have crashed anywhere but you know where! But despite this, my first reaction on seeing my room was "wow!" A beautiful chandelier-like light on the high ceiling, decorated plaster reliefs around ...
... those seats! We were looking for 2 seats together, so a guy gave up his seats for us – now we know why he was so eager to sit elsewhere! I wanted to sleep on the bus, but I didn’t want to push my seat back because I thought everyone had the same amount of legroom, so I didn’t want to cramp anyone. Rookie error!
There seems to be more to do in Quebec than Montreal, even though the former is smaller; it seems more geared for tourists. It has an Old Town ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility