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- Drycleaning onsite
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
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... time. The tour guide tries too hard to be funny and talks too much but it is easy to switch off so not a problem. Tomorrow there is acwalking tour of Quebec and then free time so looking forward to that. Might get some photos on my tablet tomorrow. Can only put photos taken on tablet on the blog. ...
... confection. Further cooking reduces the thick syrup to maple sugar. When they finish with the maple syrup season, the land is used for farming. The sugar shack we visited had just finished growing spaghetti squash and pumpkins. Back across the river, we rode through the foothills to Lac-Beauport. This is the largest of 12 lakes in the area and many beautiful homes can be seen along it's shores. Back to the ship but only to change buses so we could ...
... fruits, meats, cheeses, wines, breads, and desserts. We made several stops to pick up supplies. Kathy joined Kevin, Paul and Cheryl on Friday and spent the weekend with us. We had a wonderful meal at a very old house that is now a very nice restaurant. On Saturday night, there was a fireworks display that was great and we were able to watch it from the boat as a thunderstorm past over us at the same time. Kathy left on Sunday morning and we left Quebec heading for ...
... a short drive out of town. It is a waterfall that is about 30m higher than that of Niagara so it is quite special. Even more so in winter where nearly the entire waterfall freezes over. We walked along river at the base, downstream of the falls and took some photos of the frozen falls. From here we saw people walking along a bridge on ...
... museum where we were told about the short harvesting season for Maple syrup (March to May I think), how the harvesting time dictates the colour of the maple syrup, the different varieties of maple trres which are farmed for maple syrup, and the different techniques and/or technologies used now and in the past to harvest the sap. We were also given reassurance of the nutritional benefits of maple syrup in comparison to other sugars, including honey, before delving into some serious ...